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Hi people! The GoBandit Live cam presented at CES 2012 is really small and it is also WiFi-enabled, so the danger of being filmed is high. Can I avoid it?

asked Jan 16 '12 at 06:54

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Hi Gram!

The GoBandit company has two main versions of their palm-sized camera: GoBandit Race and GoBandit Live. The Live model has two major advantages - WiFi and GPS. And by words WiFi I mean not an ordinary WiFi support but that this camera can become a WiFi hotspot and give her owner ability to broadcast recorded video online or send it elsewhere. The Race model is the cheaper one without any of those features.

At CES 2012 it was the prototype, but it will be available in March. Until then GoBandit finish the companion iOS app that will allow the camera owner to work with it with comfort. So when the March will come, you'll need to block the WiFi signal of the GoBandit Live by all means. Or if you are planning to become the owner of that camera, you might want to block its GPS signal to prevent being tracked by evildoers and keep your life safe and confident.

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answered Jan 16 '12 at 07:10

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