Friday, August 21, 2015

Jared Fogle Case - Concealed Cameras Used to Record Visitors

When documents were unsealed in Federal Court in Indianapolis Wednesday, it became clear that the government’s case against former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle was rooted firmly in a parallel investigation of a man named Russell Taylor, the former director of Fogle’s foundation, and according to court documents, his partner in numerous episodes involving sexual images of young children.

“Russell Taylor gave a recorded statement to law enforcement,” the document states. “He admitted that he placed a clock radio containing a hidden camera in a child’s bedroom.” Investigators further stated that Taylor told them that in the past he had placed clocks with concealed cameras in various rooms of the house.

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Recording devices have been incorporated into seemingly harmless items you would expect to to see in a office or home. For instance, wall clocks, watches, pens, men's ties, buttons, water bottles, etc. are available with embedded recorders (video/audio). The devices are inexpensive and easy for the eavesdropper to use. They compromise your privacy and security, and can be particularly damaging when they are placed in private spaces such as a CEO's office, a corporate apartment, bedroom, bathroom, etc. where there is an expectation of privacy and sensitive information is shared. 

If you are concerned that your company or home are under surveillance, contact ComSec LLC. We provide eavesdropping detection services for corporations, non-profits and individuals. We help restore your privacy and peace of mind. 
Call (800) 615-0392 or click here to submit a contact form.

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