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By  Rodville  |  28

I’m curious to how old you are. If you’re over 18 this is beyond a creepy move and they should respect your privacy. If you are under 18 why the hell are they letting your boyfriend over while they disrespect your privacy?

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  rickAUS  |  22

No, it's illegal in Victoria (where OP is) to monitor or or record video/audio of private spaces (e.g. bathroom, bedrooms) unless you're a party to what is being recorded/monitored.

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  Sinshine  |  27

No not their house their rules. That would be of they told everyone they're surveiling them. This is simply a breach of privacy and absolutely not ok.

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  rickAUS  |  22

No, it's illegal in Victoria (where OP is) to monitor or or record video/audio of private spaces (e.g. bathroom, bedrooms) unless you're a party to what is being recorded/monitored

By  Oh_No_Not_Him  |  25

I'm trying to think of an easy way to learn this. And failing.

Asking you to respect a "no screwing in our house" rule is one thing. Enforcing it with a secret baby-monitor (which incidentally is probably open to anyone with a similar monitor to listen in) is something totally different.

By  Rodville  |  28

I’m curious to how old you are. If you’re over 18 this is beyond a creepy move and they should respect your privacy. If you are under 18 why the hell are they letting your boyfriend over while they disrespect your privacy?