The trial court properly granted summary judgment to defendant in this invasion of privacy suit which alleged that the defendant neighbor invaded plaintiff’s privacy by audio and video recordings made by defendant’s security cameras and recorders of goings on in plaintiff’s backyard.  The opinion states that defendant had a legitimate need for the security equipment as she was a media presence.  There was no evidence her security concerns could have been met by repositioned equipment.  The audio recordings caught only speech at elevated volumes in which there could be no expectation of privacy, and even then the words actually spoken were indistinct.