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Chinese Spy Device in Hong Kong Cars - Operates up to 12 miles away back in 2007.

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posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 08:15 AM

Originally found the article that matches this now you tube video here: (Source for quote below)

For years now, Chinese authorities have been installing spying devices on all dual-plate Chinese-Hong Kong vehicles, enabling a vast network of eavesdropping across the archipelago, according to a Hong Kong newspaper.
The report in Apple Daily states that the recording devices began being installed as “inspection and quarantine cards” in July 2007. They were installed without charge by the Shenzhen Inspection and Quarantine Bureau on thousands of vehicles.

Smugglers were the first to note something strange about the devices. A source told Apple Daily that, after the cards were installed, mainland authorities had no trouble picking off the cars carrying illicit goods.

“For every ten cars we ran we only had [smuggled goods] in three or four to reduce the risk, but the border agents caught all of them. The accuracy was unreal!” Apple Daily quoted the smuggler saying.
The device, no larger than a PDA, is taped onto the vehicle’s front window. Protective tape covers the screws, presumably to prevent tampering—though it didn’t stop Apple Daily from removing the devices, taking them to experts for inspection, and presenting pictures of them splayed open on their website, with neat graphics indicating the various internal components.

Rest of article with video here:

Of note; This article is 1 years old, video says the Chinese have been doing this since 2007 and this spy device can operate up to twelve miles away.
So forget your privacy.
You can bet if the Chinese have it, we have it.
Welcome to 1984 fellow slaves.

And this is just one of many ways "they" have to monitor us.

We're being tagged, monitored and logged into a data base somewhere and while I know this sounds very paranoid, and I could always be, I don't think I am.

Wonder what "they" (whoever "they" are) have that we don't know about?

Thought this was interesting. Did not see it in a search but mods if this already exist, I apologize and please feel free to close or move it.

Just trying to bring more information to the table.

The more information we all have the better we know what we are all up against.

posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 11:47 AM
I had a friend whose dad had their car bugged using the OnStar service. Apparently he said it was more common than you think. Has anyone else heard of this?


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