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spycam

(ˈspaɪˌkæm)
n
a hidden camera used for surveillance
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And, 'Hong Kong Full of Spy Cam, Faces Seen by Carrie Lam', referring to Hong Kong's embattled and Beijing-backed chief executive.
installing a spy cam in the women's dressing room of their school dormitory in Daegu, police said Tuesday.
Government staff in which city are carrying out daily checks in public toilets for hidden cameras after more than 6000 spy cam claims were made last year?
He explained that the word "spy cam" had playful connotations in South Korea -- the phrase "molka" comes from a popular 1990s television show that featured hidden-camera pranks -- so some don't realize how devastating it is for victims.
"Caught on spy cam were some of India's most prominent officials managing sport such as Adil Sumariwalla, President Athletics Federation of India, Heads of Selection Committee besides other federation officials.
During one of her shows, a reporter in the crowd recorded the performance with a spy cam, and the footage appeared on New TV (now known as Al Jadeed), a national television network, along with a report that condemned queer culture.
The video, which spread on social media,showsthe man holding asmall device found under his television, which he claims wasa spy cam.
ZimbePs 1951 Dead Man Under Third Avenue El, also taken as if with spy cam, recalls lefty neorealist noirs such as Jules Dassin's 1948 The Naked City (named after Weegee's celebrated book) and Elia Kazan's 1950 Panic in the Streets.
Accompanied by a 2GB MicroSD card, capable of recording up to 25 minutes of video, the spy cam has memory extendable up to 8GB via a separate MicroSD card.
Then she showed her the worst of it: The housemaid's tearful videotaped confession that she was having an affair with the groom."Better luck next time" was Paliwal's hardened way of consoling the shattered young woman.Paliwal, along with other detectives from her agency, spent days befriending the intended groom's maid and videotaping her with a spy cam. Paliwal was undercover when she chatted up the maid, telling her she was looking to open a business in the area."The bride was so upset, but we might have saved her from a lifetime of misery," Paliwal said as she fielded a call from another prospective client.
Another possibility, is that each student have a spy cam turned on them as they are tied into the course.