We require that all members of the Tiny Away community respect each other’s privacy.
Rules for hosts
We require hosts to disclose all security cameras and other recording devices in their listings, and we prohibit any security cameras and other recording devices that are in or that observe the interior of certain private spaces (such as bedrooms and bathrooms), regardless of whether they’ve been disclosed.
Rules for guests
If you’re a guest, we require that you not spy on other people, or otherwise violate others’ privacy. Our policy prohibits the use of a security camera or any other recording device by a guest to monitor a host or any third party present in the listing without the consent of that person. We encourage you to discuss the use of security cameras and other recording devices with our host.
Violating this policy may result in your suspension or removal from the Tiny Away community. In addition, you should ensure that your use of security cameras and other recording devices is consistent with applicable local laws and regulations.
What's considered a security camera or a recording device?
Any mechanism that can be used to capture or transmit audio, video, or still images is considered a surveillance device. This includes, but is not limited to, things like wifi cameras (e.g. Nest Cam or Dropcam), nanny cameras, web cameras in computer monitors, baby monitors, mounted or installed surveillance systems, decibel and device monitors, and smartphones with video and/or audio recording capabilities.