Can my employer follow me after business hours and take pictures on his phone of a car parked in my apartment complex and ask about my personal life (sexually explicit questions) with another subordinate?
Rita Risser replies:
Yes and no. It is generally not considered an illegal invasion of privacy to follow someone or take pictures of them on public streets or in areas that can be seen from public streets. Even if he went onto the private property of the apartment complex, if guests come and go on that property, it probably would not be considered an invasion of privacy. On the other hand, it may well be invasion of privacy and possibly sexual harassment to ask you sexually explicit questions.
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