How to Disrupt a Spy Camera

By Giselle Diamond

In today's age, it seems that everyone and their brother is out to check up on their neighbors or find out what everyone else is up to. Whether it is setting up a personal security system around his house, or spying on what is going on inside of her home when she is away, setting up spy cameras are becoming a hot trend. Yet when we want to be shielded and given our own privacy, what can be do to block the unwanted watchful eye of Big Brother? There is a way to disrupt a spy camera and earn back your much needed privacy and security.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer
  • Internet connection
  • Credit card
  • Spy camera jammer

Step 1

Buy a spy camera jammer online. Jammers can be bought online at websites like IPMart.com. They come in varying sizes but look much like the remotes to a standard TV system. These handy and discrete devices disrupt spy camera recordings and Bluetooth signals. Some even have GPS tracking devices and features to block cellphone calls.

Step 2

Order and pay. After making your selection, add the item to your virtual shopping cart and then proceed to the checkout. You will need to send your personal information, shipping address and your credit card information to pay for the spy camera jammer.

Step 3

Charge the battery. Once your spy camera jammer has arrived, read the instructions on how to properly charge your device. Some come with a rechargeable battery already installed, but you may need to supply your own batteries. Either way, be certain that your jammer is charged and ready to go before using it.

Step 4

Turn the spy camera jammer on. Look for specific directions to incorporate your own settings.

Step 5

Hide the spy camera jammer. These gadgets are small and easy to slip into a pocket or bag inconspicuously. When you're on the go, these devices will disrupt signals to varying ranges--whatever the particular one you have bought touts. No one will be the wiser and you can go about your business in full privacy.

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