Your neighbor can't spy on you if they can't see you. Put up a few barriers such as a solid fence or bushes . You could also have a privacy window film installed. You'll be able to see out of your home but your neighbor won't be able to peer in.
Using a jamming device is illegal in many countries, including the United States . If it is legal in your area, all you need to do is buy one and turn it on close to the source of the network. However, in most areas, you will need to resort to the more complex, legal methods below.
The short answer is, “Absolutely!” Whoever provides you with your internet connection can monitor all of the traffic that goes across your use of that connection.
The good news is, you don't necessarily have to put up with it – you do have a right to your privacy . If all else fails, your local authority should be able to help. The same goes for security cameras – they should only film within the confines of your garden or public space.
Generally, homeowners have no right to a view (or light or air), unless it has been granted in writing by a local ordinance or subdivision rule. The exception to this general rule is that someone may not deliberately and maliciously block another's view with a structure that has no reasonable use to the owner .
The most important and basic thing to do when enclosing a garden is to put up walls . These can be solid, physical walls, such as a fence, or they can be a bit more fluid. Some other options include shrubs, small trees, trellises with vining plants, or even hanging fabric.
Based on the poll, take a look at top signs of a nosey neighbour:
If your neighbors get too nosy, you may find that your only option is to contact the local police or neighborhood watch force . If the neighbor just won't leave you alone, you may want to apply for a restraining order.