What many people don’t know is that surveillance means, especially two-way mirrors and security cameras, are hidden in most public establishments all over the world including department stores, hotels, bars, and restaurants. In fact, in United States, there are only 13 states out of 50 that are bound by law to not allow the use of hidden surveillance cameras or two-way mirrors in places as private as bathrooms, hotel rooms, and dressing rooms. These states include Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and Utah. If your state is not included or if your country is not bound by such laws, then here are some ways you can tell if there are hidden surveillance means in the next private place you visit.
How To Check For Two-Way Mirrors
1. Examine the mirror. The first and foremost precaution you should do when you’re in a private place with a mirror is to examine it. Check how the mirror was installed. Was it hung on the wall, adhered to the wall, or embedded on the wall itself? Two-way mirrors are often installed flush with the wall.CONTINUE, NEXT PAGE