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Topic # 240313 1-Sep-2018 12:10
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Our Outback cam has audio recording. Because of ongoing noise problems with the neighbour from midnight on directly onto our property, ie; banging on our sheds which are close to the boundary, (legally) we have been advised to record the noise by the police.


I've since heard that recording someone without their permission can be illegal. Would it apply under these circumstances.?



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  Reply # 2082353 1-Sep-2018 13:12
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As I understand it you cannot record a conversation you are not a party too. 


Recording a malicious noise, however, should be ok. 



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  Reply # 2082361 1-Sep-2018 13:50
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That's great, Many thanks.

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