Oct 142021
 October 14, 2021  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

This could be precedent-setting. Alanis Hayal reports:

Dr Mary Fairhurst claimed her neighbour’s cameras left her feeling as though she was under “continuous visual surveillance” as a judge ruled that the footage captured breached Data Protection laws.

A doctor is set to receive £100,000 in compensation after a judge ruled that her neighbours’ Ring doorbell camera breached her privacy.

Dr Mary Fairhurst claimed she was forced to leave her home in Thame in Oxfordshire as the security cameras set up on her neighbour, on Jon Woodward’s property were too ‘intrusive.’

Read more on Brinkwire.

Updated at 2:33 pm to add link to ruling, via @DinsdaleIG

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