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Privacy Expectations and Video Security

Toronto Condo News
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Video surveillance in community settings aims to enhance safety and security but must balance these goals with privacy considerations. While surveillance is typically acceptable in common areas like hallways and mailrooms, it should not intrude on the privacy of individual residences or sensitive areas like restrooms. Installation of surveillance systems is a board decision, funded through the operating budget, and should be accompanied by clear policies regarding access to recordings and respecting resident privacy.


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Toronto Condo News
Privacy Expectations and Video Security
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