No. It is not okay for your spouse to be spying on you. If your spouse has been intentionally intruding on your privacy, you may be able to make a claim against them for “intrusion of seclusion.”
In order to prove this, you must show the court:
- An unauthorized intrusion;
- The intrusion was highly offensive to a reasonable person;
- The matter intruded upon was private; and
- The Intrusion caused anguish and suffering.
An intrusion of this nature could include an invasion into private affairs, as long is it was deliberate and significant.