Nope. They were seeing into the house. That's waht teh court found unconst about it. They were peering into and "seeing" what could not be seen without seeing through the roof that was meant to cover their heads. I am familiar with the case.
I draw teh line at an intrusion into what I think is a reasonable feeling of seclusion. In my shed: private. In my back yard, semi-private. To me, that's out in the open. You are not trying hard not to be seen if you do your dirt in your open air backyard.
This post was edited on 12/5 at 9:51 pm