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2022-11-29 3:24:08 AM  
Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?
 
2022-11-29 3:28:12 AM  

maxandgrinch: Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?


Palantir. Sauron dimed him out.
 
2022-11-29 3:29:40 AM  
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2022-11-29 3:39:18 AM  

maxandgrinch: Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?


If it remained accessible the whole time, it's got an integrated 4G radio & streams uploads to a cloud storage platform that the owner's phone/pc have the access token for.
 
2022-11-29 3:40:06 AM  
Whomever is responsible for recruiting people for a life of crime needs to spend a few hours at recruitment seminars.

Geesh, will they just hire anybody for those jobs? I hope they are exempt from minimum wage requirements, or I just don't see a profitability margin for professional crime management companies.

Even at the level of FPOTUS, I think they're still on the hook for his legal bills and he got fired 2 years ago.

Young people interested in a good career should be made aware of these things before they consider a life of crime.

This is just ridiculous.
 
2022-11-29 6:12:27 AM  

erik-k: maxandgrinch: Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?

If it remained accessible the whole time, it's got an integrated 4G radio & streams uploads to a cloud storage platform that the owner's phone/pc have the access token for.


Are built in battery backups common in IOT security cameras?
 
2022-11-29 6:23:51 AM  
Pretty sure you can't say that word here.
 
2022-11-29 7:22:37 AM  
Criminally stupid.
 
2022-11-29 8:05:45 AM  

erik-k: maxandgrinch: Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?

If it remained accessible the whole time, it's got an integrated 4G radio & streams uploads to a cloud storage platform that the owner's phone/pc have the access token for.


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2022-11-29 8:08:05 AM  

Gleeman: erik-k: maxandgrinch: Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?

If it remained accessible the whole time, it's got an integrated 4G radio & streams uploads to a cloud storage platform that the owner's phone/pc have the access token for.

Are built in battery backups common in IOT security cameras?


Most of the wireless cameras have integrated, rechargeable batteries. The idea isn't so much a battery backup as a true wireless camera. Charge 'em up, hand 'em someplace, forget about them for a few weeks until the "low battery" warning pops up on your app. Some even have solar kits that make them "self charging".
 
2022-11-29 8:38:03 AM  

p89tech: Gleeman: erik-k: maxandgrinch: Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?

If it remained accessible the whole time, it's got an integrated 4G radio & streams uploads to a cloud storage platform that the owner's phone/pc have the access token for.

Are built in battery backups common in IOT security cameras?

Most of the wireless cameras have integrated, rechargeable batteries. The idea isn't so much a battery backup as a true wireless camera. Charge 'em up, hand 'em someplace, forget about them for a few weeks until the "low battery" warning pops up on your app. Some even have solar kits that make them "self charging".


Thanks, always assumed that wireless ones didn't have a LAN run but still needed 110v to function.
 
2022-11-29 10:14:46 AM  

Gleeman: p89tech: Gleeman: erik-k: maxandgrinch: Was it a magik security camera transmitting to a crystal ball or is it 5G and piggybacking on the vaccinated?

If it remained accessible the whole time, it's got an integrated 4G radio & streams uploads to a cloud storage platform that the owner's phone/pc have the access token for.

Are built in battery backups common in IOT security cameras?

Most of the wireless cameras have integrated, rechargeable batteries. The idea isn't so much a battery backup as a true wireless camera. Charge 'em up, hand 'em someplace, forget about them for a few weeks until the "low battery" warning pops up on your app. Some even have solar kits that make them "self charging".

Thanks, always assumed that wireless ones didn't have a LAN run but still needed 110v to function.


There are some that do require an external power supply, usually 12 or 24VDC.

Side note: If you're considering a CCTV system for your home of business....

For basic, middle class, nothing special home security, a wireless camera is usually adequate. You know, situations where it's mostly about the cool factor or watching the kids in the yard and keeping an eye out for on porch pirates.

Even for a business, say a coffee shop or deli, where all you're trying to do is keep any eye on what's up in the dining room or the length of the line at the register or stuff like that, a wireless camera is probably adequate.

In situations where security is a serious concern (banks, pharmacies, billionaire residences, etc..), wireless security cameras are never a valid choice. Cellular and WiFi jammers are readily available and easy to use.

Plus people have a bad habit of letting those batteries fully die before they charge them and not having a replacement to put in place while the camera charges.

The same rules apply to alarm systems; anywhere security is a real and significant concern, wireless is not an acceptable option.
 
2022-11-29 10:23:12 AM  
*Hoist
 
2022-11-29 1:01:59 PM  

Cubansaltyballs: Pretty sure you can't say that word here.


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2022-11-29 10:05:38 PM  

Latinwolf: Cubansaltyballs: Pretty sure you can't say that word here.

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Gonna get banned yo
 
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