另又轉換場景:若a無意中發現對面相同層數單位(但又不同大廈),看到對面有個三腳架且疑似攝影機器材,在晚上微發出光線 與a的單位照應著, (假設這是第九樓)
- GaryLv 76 年前最愛解答
First - you will have to understand Hong Kong does not have the right to privacy, which many people confuse.
The only privacy law in Hong Kong is to protect personal information only.
In answering your questions:
1. Yes, but not related to invasion of privacy.
When you are under CCTV monitoring, you are in a public area. So you have no expectation of privacy. However, CCTV footage will not usually be released to the public without a court order, search warrant or voluntary cooperation with the Government.
In order for a person to get the CCTV, that person must make the owner to believe the person can have the footage. For example, pretending to be a police officer. In that case, such representation is what make this a criminal offense.
2. See above.
3. There is no way unless you have any evidence that is plausible. For example, the information collected from the person pretending to be the police.
4. Nothing, as it is not illegal.