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Originally posted by AceWombat04
I've googled for laser microphone countermeasures and can't seem to find a specific reference to this in particular.
Would taping a material such as, for instance, aluminum foil (or other material, but aluminum foil or tin foil in particular) over windows, so that the foil would vibrate against the glass when interior sound waves were generated, make those sounds inaudible or more difficult to discern clearly in the case of an outside laser microphone or other similar device? Why or why not?
(Someone told me this and I wanted to know whether they were correct or not.) Thanks, and my apologies if this is an elementary or already covered question. (I did search! lol)
Edited for punctuation.
[edit on 6/26/2007 by AceWombat04]