Have you been video recorded, bugged, monitored, or followed against your will? Are your phone, computer, emails, or texts being hacked into? Is someone using your private information to bully, intimidate, abuse, or manipulate you? You are not alone.
You have a right to be safe and secure from violations of your person and privacy. Surveillance Abuse is the use of surveillance methods or technology to monitor another person or persons in a way that inflicts harm or violates their privacy. At times excessive surveillance may fall outside the scope of legal boundaries and/or cause fear, degradation, and trauma to the individual being monitored.
Surveillance can be used to control, threaten, manipulate, intimidate or damage another person. Abusers can be someone you know, a spouse, co-worker, relative, or a stranger.
Talking to professionals can help you reach a better outcome. SSA is working to find professionals in every state who are committed to assisting people dealing with Surveillance Abuse. Please visit our website in the near future to find professionals in these fields near you.
It may be difficult to confirm that you are being monitored, or maybe you have discovered surveillance products in your home or realized you are being followed. For many, this can be a frightening discovery. Listen to your intuition, even if you can't immediately put your finger on exactly what is happening.