Why You Should Start Screening For Hidden Spy Cameras When You Travel
Innovation and accessibility are driving the explosion of spycams, says Randy Andrews, a video security camera expert and the founder of Logan Security Consulting, which makes the popular Hidden Camera Detector app for the iPhone. â€śThe technology has gotten much, much smaller,â€ť says Andrews. â€śWeâ€™re talking about a micro camera lens the size of a pinhead.â€ť
The smallest hidden camera Andrews has ever seen was embedded inside the cross of a Phillips-screw head. â€śTo the naked eye, it just blends in and is not visible at all,â€ť he says....
This article assumes everyone is traveling. I don't think this is true. I read that most Americans have never flown in planes, and do not take long road trips. And now, with the corona virus about, people are not going to be too crazy about going to any airport for any trip. Of course, this might lead to more deaths from increased traffic on highways, just like the 9-11 ban on flights increased it. And then, this all reminds me of that poster sold in Christian book-and-trinket stores, that says, 'a solitary man, who never drove a car, never owned his home, never traveled more than 30 miles from his birthplace,....' and you know who that man was and what he did?