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spycam

(ˈspaɪˌkæm)
n
a hidden camera used for surveillance
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South Korea has been battling a growing epidemic of so-called "molka", or spycam videos -- mostly of women, secretly filmed by men in schools, toilets and offices.
Right: A fake kea concealing a spycam 'watches' as a real one gets its beak on the film crew's kit.
A shopkeeper said that a spycam in the form of sunglasses and a SIM card device are the new varieties and few know about them.
(89) Now, people can easily purchase a GPS, spycam (camera hidden in a victim's home), or spyware software (which can search through internet history and e-mails) to monitor victims.
Some is filmed using handheld video cameras, some stolen at checkpoints on a spycam. Still other sections are captured via a mobile phone camera, propped unobtrusively on a dashboard.
Here we have phantom penguins working their way into the lives of the real birds, one of whom takes a shine to the new robot spycam in his midst.
I would like to receive a remote-controlled spycam outdoor helicopter.
Prosecutor Sue Jacobs said that was examined and found to contain 612 movie files of which 44 appeared to be taken by either a webcam or a spycam and showed a woman in various stages of undress.
Now, Minox proudly announces their new Digital SpyCam (DSC).
Today there are million, one spycam for every 12 citizens.
99 p Tiger Moth flight, exciting trip in a bi-plane, pounds 99 p Colour Spycam with Audio, allows you to record full colour footage with sound, which can be transmitted straight to your TV, VCR, computer or security monitor, pounds 69.