Of all the hair-brain ideas coming out of a supposed free country like South Korea is this gem dating back to the crap the East German Stasi pulled on it’s citizens before the collapse of Communism in E. Germany. While back then, the people turned in their friends & neighbors purely for political ideals, this new breed of spy is doing it for the money!
Seems there are spy schools in S. Korea to train people how to spy on their neighbors and how to operate hidden cameras to record the really serious crimes like, get ready, smoking cigarettes in the a non-specific smoking area or giving away, GASP, free plastic bags at the store. Line up the bastards and shoot them at dawn, this is serious crimes here…
The British have also been encouraging people to rat out people who illegally dump and pay some hefty rewards of 500 Pounds or $758!
UK Children aged eight enlisted as council snoopers (report ‘enviro-crime’) Daily Telegraph ^ | Sept 6, 2008
The youngsters are among almost 5,000 residents who in some cases are being offered £500 rewards if they provide evidence of minor infractions.
One in six councils contacted by the Telegraph said they had signed up teams of “environment volunteers” who are being encouraged to photograph or video neighbours guilty of dog fouling, littering or “bin crimes”.
We can only imagine this crap coming to a city near you. However, with a small device called a hidden camera detector like the LensFinder RF Dual Mode Hidden Camera Detector, you can rat out the rats.
The LensFinder Dual Mode Bug Detector is unlike any other hidden camera or hidden bug detector, in that you can detect hidden microphones, and wired or wireless cameras, in a small and discrete device that fits in a purse or pocket, and costs less than $200.
For finding hidden RF bugs (tiny microphones that transmit your conversation over regular radio waves), which are sold openly in China/Taiwan, the Lens Finder will let you know when it finds one and can detect frequencies between 1Mhz to 6Ghz.
AM & FM radio transmits between 30–300 MHz. Most wireless cameras operate in 2.4GHz, though there are 1.2MHz and 5.8MHz cameras also. The LensFinder finds most bugs and wireless cameras, except ultra high frequency devices.
The unit will identify the frequencies one of two ways, with 4 LED’s that light as you get closer to the signal, and a vibration mode.
For finding hidden cameras, wired or wireless, the unit also operates as a laser scanner that will set off a series of 4 Bright LED’s that will flash brightly. Don’t look at them, instead point them at where you think a camera lens might be, and look through the protected lens. The blinking lights will reflect back to you when you point them at a camera lens.
The LensFinder RF Dual Mode Hidden Camera Detector kills 2 birds with one stone, finds wireless bugs or cameras, and finds wired or wireless cameras. Find out more information at our Spy & Surveillance Superstore
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