NSW Police in Inner Sydney arrested a man for fitting a hidden camera in a couple’s bedroom and filming private acts without consent.
Police got alerted about the issue when a woman contacted after finding a hidden camera in a smoke detector fitted in her bedroom of a shared apartment. Officers from Burwood Police Area Command then commenced an investigation and executed a crime scene warrant at the apartment on Wilga Street Tuesday, NSW Police said in a statement.
Police warrant execution concluded with the arrest of the accused, a 24-year-old man for fitting a hidden camera to shoot a couple’s private affairs. The accused, who shared an apartment with the woman and other two, was charged with ‘install/use etc device record conversation not party to and film person in private act without consent.’ He got conditional bail to appear before Burwood Local Court on March 3.
Filming others activities is breach of privacy and its unlawful act in Australia. In Australia people have authority to control over how they filmed, how their information collected, stored, disclosed. Step in other’s personal boundary and film or record their activities without consent is not acceptable almost everywhere in Australia.
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