A man is sitting in his car listening to Freddy Mercury – perhaps he should have just stopped at the listening part.
How many cameras do we need? And are we protected?
UK councils have spent more than £500 million pounds over the last four years installing and operating CCTV cameras.
Big Brother Watches’ Nick Pickles, the campaign director explains:
“There is no credible evidence that more cameras will reduce crime, yet councils have poured enough money into CCTV in just four years that would have put more than four thousand extra police officers on the streets.” Continue reading
It’s almost Spring and the birds are beginning to nest. I have a lovely bird box in my garden and I would like to be able to somehow watch the nesting without disturbing the birds. Is there anything you can suggest? Continue reading
I would like to keep an eye on my study at home, I do most of my work from here and have a hidden safe in the room. I would like to install some sort of device that can record if anyone was to go inside my study and disrupt or steal anything. What is the best thing for this? Continue reading
News that everyone is talking about this week are these two major stories:
Trendnet’s Security Threat
The first, a rather shocking bit of evidence exposing a breach of security within Trendnet’s home CCTV cameras. The blog Console Cowboys first published this information in January, giving instructions on how to access thousands of streaming personal IP cameras. This is obviously a huge breach of privacy and has affected normal people during their everyday home lives. Continue reading
For a while now I’ve been suspecting my partner is having an affair. However I don’t know how to prove this. Could you help me with what the best way to do this would be? I’ve been hesitant now for a few weeks but I think it’s time that I find an answer. I need something that is discreet and reliable but has no chance of being recognised. Continue reading
There was a great program on BBC1 called Burglar in the House last night explaining how Nottingham police force have been investigating crime in their area using hidden cameras in set up rooms. These set up spaces are called ‘capture homes’, which are ordinary homes fitted with hidden mini spy cams. Continue reading