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Wiki:Flash LED used in phones
High-current flash LEDs are used as flash sources in camera phones, although they are not yet at the power levels to equal xenon flash devices (that are rarely used in phones) in still cameras. The major advantages of LEDs over xenon include low voltage operation, higher efficiency, and extreme miniaturization. The LED flash can also be used for illumination of video recordings or as an autofocus assist lamp in low-light conditions.
Wi-Fi can count people in area — even if have no devices…
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In light of the rampant spying that has infected global culture.
Time to revisit the out of control Military Industrial Complex and panopticism.
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Who’s spying on your Wii?
Panoptic (tinted) cameras:
Take notice of the tint to conceal the camera:
Toilet (auto-flush) censor:
The following sensors show that, all that is needed is a sensor, a fraction of the size as seen above.
So, why such a big “sensor”? Or is it more than just a sensor?
Starbucks Sued for Spy Cam in Bathroom
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The camera was disguised as a plastic coat hook and was affixed to a wall directly across from a toilet
VIDEO: Watch Elizabeth Espinosa’s Report
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Covert Cameras Designed to Spy on You
Feeling paranoid and wondering if someone is watching you? Cameras that resemble gum packages, shavers, and even handheld vacuums make spying all too easy.
When Schools Spy on Their Students, Bad Things Happen
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Feds admit storing checkpoint body scan images
U.S. Marshals Service acknowledges it surreptitiously recorded tens of thousands of images with a millimeter wave system at the security checkpoint in a Florida courthouse.
by Declan McCullagh | August 4, 2010
Wired: CIA Chief: We’ll Spy on You Through Your Dishwasher [and other appliances] By Spencer Ackerman March 15, 2012
CIA Director David Petraeus unwinds with some Wii Golf, 2008. Photo: Wikimedia
CIA Head: We Will Spy On Americans Through Electrical Appliances
Global information surveillance grid being constructed; willing Americans embrace gadgets used to spy on them
Steve Watson March 16, 2012