spycam


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spycam

(ˈspaɪˌkæm)
n
a hidden camera used for surveillance
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David McConaghie, 50, was convicted at Craigavon Magistrates' Court over the incident in which he set up the spycam in potpourri.
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.
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.
She was handed a spycam and asked to secretly film their trysts.
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.