New Counter Surveillance Camera Watches the Watchers

Via gizmag.com:
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The sniper is without doubt the most fearsome of opponents – capable of taking your life from great distance. Current anti-sniper counter measures depend on the sight or sound of the initial shot, and by that time, it may be too late. Now a new device which uses the same “red-eye” effect of flash cameras and projects it hundreds of meters, can identify binoculars, sniper scopes, cameras and even human eyeballs that are staring at you. It is hence the first machine that can offer 24/7 warning that you are being watched or targeted, BEFORE a shot is fired.

The CS300K™ Long Range Counter Surveillance Camera is the brainchild of high tech surveillance equipment manufacturer JETprotect, and will be a welcome addition to the armory of those who currently spend a lot of money on trained guards watching CCTV monitors.

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  • http://www.jonesfamily.us/ Ron Jones

    To beat this device, you must go low-tech. A piece of cheesecloth, lightly stained (for camouflage purposes) then affixed to the end of your scope with a rubber band.

    It may not protect you from government assassins, but it will do the job for an automated system like this.

    • radiac

      Whoa. Reminds me of that quote about how World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.

  • Hadrian999

    things like this usually end up being easily beaten,
    look up all the crazy people finding tech they tried to use it vietnam

  • 5by5

    Quis custodiet custodes ipsos? Ok, well I guess this answers that. But now who watches the watchers who watch the watchers?

    Slippery slope….

    Methinks we should take a stab at minding our own business and start respecting privacy more, before this gets any more ridiculous than it already is.

  • 5by5

    Quis custodiet custodes ipsos? Ok, well I guess this answers that. But now who watches the watchers who watch the watchers?

    Slippery slope….

    Methinks we should take a stab at minding our own business and start respecting privacy more, before this gets any more ridiculous than it already is.

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