Neighbour wins privacy row over smart doorbell and cameras
A judge has ruled that security cameras and a Ring doorbell installed in a house in Oxfordshire “unjustifiably invaded” the privacy of a neighbour.
Dr Mary Fairhurst claimed that the devices installed on the house of neighbour Jon Woodard broke data laws and contributed to harassment.
The judge upheld both these claims.
Mr Woodard now faces a substantial fine. He claimed he installed the devices in good faith as a deterrent against burglars.
Source: Neighbour wins privacy row over smart doorbell and cameras – BBC News