how do i prevent neighbors surviellance camera from observing my property?


how do you interfere with home surveillance camera that is viewing my property? If I place a bright flood light on my house will that prevent the infrared light from picking up my property at night ? Is there anything I can do to interfere with the camera observing my property during daylight hours?

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5 Responses to how do i prevent neighbors surviellance camera from observing my property?

  1. Maj says:

    The proverb “Good fences make good neighbors” has been around for a couple of centuries in different forms. One place it can be found is in Poor Richard’s Almanack by Benjamin Franklin. His version is: “Love your neighbor; yet don’t pull down your hedge.”

    It’s interesting that the specific wording of the proverb, “Good fences make good neighbors” is fairly modern. It comes from Robert Frost’s poem Mending Wall from 1914. The poem centers around this concept and questions whether it’s true or not.

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  3. Mac Anic says:

    If you’ve got nothing to hide, they are actually doing you a favour by having THEIR camera view YOUR property. I wish my neighbours were that considerate because infrared surveillance equipment isn’t cheap.

  4. Mynxii says:

    You haven’t actually stated if this is a case of their camera gets some of your property by chance or if it is directed at you and nowhere else.

    If it is the first scenario and you are on good terms then you should simply have a chat about it, but if the camera is pointed at your property seemingly on purpose then this is slightly more serious – I would initially attempt to discuss this with your neighbour and if this gets you nowhere then I would suggest there may be a reason.

    If you have done nothing to antagonize your neighbour and they refuse to move the camera then you should take legal advice, but it may be that there is some kind of dispute that you have not mentioned, in this case I should imagine if you resolve the problem then the camera may no longer be required and your neighbour may take it away themselves

  5. Black Shadow says:

    Put up a fence or if u already have one put up a higher fence. I would also think that u could report it 2 the police because your property and probably u too are being filmed without your consent which is against the law. I would do both if I were u.

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