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How to Check for Hidden Cameras in Your Hotel Room or Vacation Rental

  • Category travel
  • Definition HD
  • Resolution 1280 x 720
  • Duration 00:01:43
  • Year 2018
  • Language English

How to Check for Hidden Cameras in Your Hotel Room or Vacation Rental

How to Check for Hidden Cameras in Your Hotel Room or Vacation Rental How to Look for a Camera “There are essentially three primary methods for checking for a hidden camera: scanning of radio frequencies (RF), lens detection, and physical search." Where to Look for a Camera “Cameras typically need a clear view of the subject to get the best images,” explains Jack Plaxe, a hotel and lodging security professional and Founder and Managing Director of the Security Consulting Alliance. “A visual scan of the room in key areas such as sleeping rooms, bathrooms, et cetera, may reveal clues that lead to the discovery of covert devices. What to Do if You Find a Hidden Camera Hiding hidden cameras in hotel rooms or vacation rentals is illegal and also a violation of most rental companies’ policies. If you do find one in your vacation rental, leave immediately and report it to the company. “turn objects such as radios, clocks, et cetera, around so that they face in a different direction. If that is not possible, cover the items with a towel.” When You Shouldn’t Check for a Hidden Camera “In certain countries (Russia and China top the list), it is highly likely the government intelligence services actively monitor hotels frequented by business travelers. Bringing even the least expensive search devices into these countries is likely to land the traveler in hot water

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