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Hello! Recently, the authorities started building a full scale CCTV system around our town. That is for our safety and security, they've said. But I've noticed that one of those cameras is probably watching my backyard, well it looks towards my house, so I've assumed that. I don't like that and would be happy to do something about it, maybe you have and advice for me, or are able to help.

asked May 27 '13 at 03:41

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Hello, Jeremy! As you've probably noticed, we at Jammer-Store always try to help people, that are reaching our wiki service and would like to protect their privacy. To solve your CCTV problem, you have to talk to the authorities first, and if they will refuse to check that camera and turn it another way – then it is time to act. You may also check how other people have solved that CCTV issue.

First of all, you won't be able to block all the CCTV cameras around your town, but the one that looks at your house must be stopped. You don't know who may watch you and it is ok to be nervous. So, there are a couple of options, that will be able to help you. You may try to install a high-power IR LEDs, because CCTV cams are really sensitive to infrared light. So a couple of those LEDs stationed around your backyard will make the camera blind. That method was developed by scientist form Japan, that has created the glasses that block CCTV cameras.

Another option is to try to block the camera itself. We can provide you with a CCTV camera jamming device, that will block all the CCTV surveillance in 40 meters (130 feet). So, if the camera is close enough, give it a try. The problem here is that the jammer is stationary, it has bigger jamming range that portable ones, but it has no battery and it is rather big. Choose one of those ways and fight CCTV surveillance.

Thanks for your question, I hope, I've managed to help!

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