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i caught my neighbour taken photos of me in my house whilst he was standing outside is this illegal?
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because it’s without your consent, it’s illegal
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i caught my neighbour taken photos of me in my house whilst he was standing outside is this illegal?
because it’s without your consent, it is indeed illegal
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Meh, prove it.
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Meh, prove it.
he told the local police he did it
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That's fine then, problem solved. No need to ask folk here if you have professional assistance already
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Ask the police that are already involved and not strangers on the internet who have no idea where you even live to say what the law says or what actually is going on.
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That's fine then, problem solved. No need to ask folk here if you have professional assistance already
reason i posted is i would like to take it further ie to court
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(Original post by anna050505)
he told the local police he did it
This thread isn’t very believable Anna.
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I'm very sure this happened.
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(Original post by anna050505)
reason i posted is i would like to take it further ie to court
You have professional assistance already.

Remember you can only take people to court for things that actually happened, not made up stuff.
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How is that illegal, unless you were naked ?

It’s not illegal to take photos / videos of people without their consent ?
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If you were indecent and he took pictures of you without consent, you may be able to prosecute under voyeurism. But this also depends on the law where you live.
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Why did your neighbour take the picture? Did you talk to him about it?
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