Using flashlights and WiFi could help spot hidden cameras in your Airbnb rental property

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The Charlotte Observer

As security technology continues to become more advanced, it is no longer considered usual to believe that the oddly shaped or placed objects around an Airbnb could be cover for hidden cameras. Although it’s rare that a hidden camera is discovered in an Airbnb by a guest, it’s not entirely impossible, according to the widely-used accommodations rental company. Recently, a Twitter user accused an Airbnb of spying on guests with the use of hidden cameras placed throughout a property. A spokesperson for the company told The Philadelphia Inquirer that Airbnb prohibits hosts from using cameras. “Ou…

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