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Old 02-07-2009, 11:33 AM   #21
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ALEXD you should post your cell number up so if one of us see it we can contact you immediatly. and ill keep an eye out in the richmond/rosenberg area.
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Not sure your getting what I am saying. There are laws on where and why you can have surveillance cameras on property that isn't owned by you or in publicly accessed areas.

Just because someone might steal your bike (illegal) doesn't mean you can setup an illegal surveillance system.
I didn't know that. So not even mounting it on your balcony rails? It's not a publicly accessible area. I would still do it, though, and see what happens. The cameras are pretty small and can be hidden from easy view. Worse they can do is ask you to take it down, and for only $150 it's worth the risk, imo.
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But on this note, why can a business set up a surveillance system on a leased retail/office space?
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Sorry to hear this Alex, that sux. Your apartment complex, no offense, had some shady characters and their crack looking GFs walking around mid-day, a couple of guys giving me the gangsta eye for no reason. I wouldn't want to park a bike there unlocked. Did they bust thru the cable, or just take the whole thing?

Guys, It's really really bright blue custom paint with chrome emblems and a polished frame if I remember right. Kinda like the Kawasaki blue. +1 on posting your cell number in case some one sees it. I'll give Kris and the crew at Katy Yamaha a head's up to keep their eyes open.

I'm gonna get my SV together tomorrow afternoon if you still want it.
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It happened at the Enclave apts. on barkercypress and I10
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But on this note, why can a business set up a surveillance system on a leased retail/office space?
Because they have rights to put up what they want on the property, they are also videoing area that they own/lease/inhabit (this situation you would be taping the parking lot, which is a publicly accessed placed) and I believe they must put up signs saying they have surveillance.
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Old 02-07-2009, 11:55 AM   #28
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Thnx shadman yeah i agree it wasnt the best place and to think this had to happen 2 weeks before im moving into my house yeah I really want the SV now Will you give me a call ASAP
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I live up here in the nw, ill keep a look out.
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I think the laws on the cameras are that you can setup and videotaped any area that is in plain view or normal public view. Setting up a camera on your rooftop to look over into your neighbors yard or bedroom is NOT legal because you cannot see into those areas from a normal viewpoint.
So if you can stand on your balcony or from a window and see it, then rule of thumb is that you can record it. It has nothing to do with who owns the property. I could stand outside of Home Depot and start recording, that is not illegal.

So if your neighbor has a camera at the corner of his house under the eaves and it is pointed in your backyard and he cannot normally see into that area because he has not bedroom windows back there, then you can legally have him point that camera at a different angle. The classic case is those homeowner that have a camera on the second floor covering their backyard, as long the only thing in the camera's focus is his yard, then he is alright
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If they want it, unfortunately they will take it.

Does anyone remember the link for the people that were cutting through the 'impenetrable' chains etc for bikes w common tools? the longest one was the kryptonite chain at less then 45 seconds if I recall correctly.

Full coverage insurance will be the only safety short of loJack... As the economy gets worse we should all consider it.
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thnx for everyone looking out if they do see anything but i guess that i should just face that its a done deal
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I think the laws on the cameras are that you can setup and videotaped any area that is in plain view or normal public view. Setting up a camera on your rooftop to look over into your neighbors yard or bedroom is NOT legal because you cannot see into those areas from a normal viewpoint.
So if you can stand on your balcony or from a window and see it, then rule of thumb is that you can record it. It has nothing to do with who owns the property. I could stand outside of Home Depot and start recording, that is not illegal.

So if your neighbor has a camera at the corner of his house under the eaves and it is pointed in your backyard and he cannot normally see into that area because he has not bedroom windows back there, then you can legally have him point that camera at a different angle. The classic case is those homeowner that have a camera on the second floor covering their backyard, as long the only thing in the camera's focus is his yard, then he is alright
I am not so sure that is the law, I would have to look into but it doesn't sound right. And yes it is not illegal for you to go to Home Depot and start filming, but they can tell you to take your camera and GTFO their property. Same thing with apartment complexes, if you don't have their permission.
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