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The method for locating pinhole cameras is the same as the method for locating field spiders. All you need is a source of light like a flashlight and ...
Find a tube that's good for looking through. A cardboard tube from a roll of toilet paper or paper towels is best.
All you need is a flashlight or something that you can use to focus a beam of light in a dark room. Attaching a couple of directional LEDs to the outs...
With one hand, hold up the toilet paper tube to your eye. With your other hand, hold up the flashlight at about eye level and point it away from you. ...
If you found a camera, it can be easily disabled simply by putting something in front of it. If it is in the wall, hang a poster over it. If it is in ...
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