What are the chances of a rental home having cameras in them? I know they might have them on the outside and in hallways but what about the rooms themself? If there are cameras I wont want to ever stay in hotels or rental homes.
well whatever you gotta do just do it in the bathroom. cameras aren't allowed in there. that's for sure.
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Having designed and installed state of the art security for 25 years and currently in the hotel industry for the last 10, I can answer that.
Cameras are allow in hallways and elevators. Also in the lobby and other non private areas. BUT when it come to the rented rooms that is a serious no no. By law they are not allowed as it's a blatant invasion of privacey. If you find one in the rented room yourself, get a good sharp lawyer.