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Hello, everyone! I am new here. And already have smth to ask you.

I have a video surveillance installed in my house and the premises. Now that we hurried a nanny I'm a bit hesitant if I should inform her there's surveillance at her workplace. I don't want to spy her, but, at the same time, having this opportunity to check her work while she doesn't know...strong temptation. This is the first time I entrust my kid to a...well, a stranger.

The software I use is great and enables me to watch the footage live and also the archive using my mobile.  So I think maybe I can just do it for a week or so? Do you think it's ethical? Does anyone have a video surveillance at home too?

Tags: babysitter, nanny, surveillance

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Yes, I think this is ethical. Baby comes first. We hired a person to take care of our child. So we should be confirmed that our baby is in right hand.

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