It can also apply to diplomatic and political affairs, such as during the American Constitutional Convention in 1787 when the drafting of the Constitution of the United States was discussed in such strict privacy so delegates could negotiate in full confidence that they were free to reconsider particular positions as necessary without embarrassment or political repercussions with their constituents.
In camera may also mean the portion of a graduate level thesis examination that includes only the examining committee and the student.
In-camera can also describe closed board meetings that cover information not recorded in the minutes or divulged to the public.
Such sessions may discuss personnel, financial, or other sensitive decisions that must be kept secret (e.g., a proposed merger or strategic change the organization does not want disclosed to competitors).
Well, would you ever say no when offered to spy after some hot babe tinkling in the woods or in the loo carelessly as if no one is watching?