Today, I went to Rhyme's school and found a sentence...
You are being videoed
It's clear that this message is to warn people from misdoing something. A kinda "you are under surveillance".
But videoed? Oxford does not have it but the FreeDictionary does.
To me, this is a good use of that verb over "You are being recorded or observed".
What is the better way to write it if I want the same structure ... pronoun + verb + being + verb to convey the message?