Can condo board’s security cameras legally record audio and video?

Q:  I live in a self-managed condominium association. The board installed three security cameras on the common elements that record audio and video. The board president controls the live feed and the recorded copy of video and audio footage. One of the cameras is mounted approximately 4 feet from my master bedroom window and about 20 feet from another bedroom window. We feel we have lost privacy in our home, especially because with our windows open, we can easily be heard and recorded. Is this allowed?     Read the Q&A………………

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