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Do you know who is videoing you?
If so, do you know why they are doing this?
You can sue for invasion of privacy unless it is the police operating under a lawful warrant.
If i is anyone else, or if it is the police doing this without warrant then you can sue them without a doubt for a civil rights violation which includes "invasion of privacy".
If you don't know who is doing it them you can sue "John Doe" and in the pleadings explain to the judge that you are looking for the person who is doing this. Then you use subpoena power to get results of phone taps, etc.
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