My housemate claims to have made a secret video and audio recording of me and shown it to someone else. I'm not really concerned about the contents of the supposed video going public, but this housemate is becoming problematic (obviously), and this might provide some leverage to have him evicted or get a restraining order or something.
I looked at the statute in Oregon and it says you require consent of all parties for an in-person interaction. However it lists some exemptions, and one of them is this:
The prohibitions in subsection (1)(a), (b) or (c) of this section do not apply to subscribers or members of their family who perform the acts prohibited in subsection (1) of this section in their homes.
I'm not sure if this means people can record their family members inside their home or if a person can record in their home and their family members' homes. My housemate and I are not family members. I'm not sure exactly where the videos were taken, could be a common area or something like a bedroom.
Here's a link to the relevant statute: chapter 165 section 540