My next door neighbor has installed a video camera, aimed at my house, on a tree in his yard. The camera is no more than 6 feet from the ground, and clearly not for "security" purposes. Two bedrooms, my living room, and my front porch are all visible to this camera and I'd like to know if this is considered stalking, or if there is ANY action I can pursue.
It is not considered stalking, though you may have a remedy. You do have an expectation of privacy inside your home. If your neighbor has cameras all around their house, you may be out of luck, though, because they have a stronger argument for security. However, if this is the only camera they have, I would seek an immediate TRO and get a hearing before a judge. It is more than likely that it will be taken down, depending on your jurisdiction. You will need to consult an attorney as soon as you can.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Not stalking, but could be invation of privacy.
Intellectual Property Law Attorney
This is not stalking but it is probably a invastion of privacy. I would seriously consider filing a complaint with your local police.