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 Jun 14, 2011 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* Chinese Spy Cars

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Not what you think - word is that Chinese cars in Hong Kong may have spying devices attached to them.

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.

Apple Daily says they took the device to a university professor and a private investigator, both of whom attested to the espionage potential of the units.
Audio recording, bluetooth file dumping... intriguing. While discovered by smugglers, what else might they be recording?
 

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