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It's a fake thats not the board inside notice where the cord comes in the box in the background. Its pushed under.

Also notice that he does not take it out of the box so you can see the PCB he took out.

I hate creeps like that. They make up cock and bull stories just to stir up the masses. Besides even if it were possible it would take years to go over all of the footage from everyones house. It's just not feasible.

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It's a fake thats not the board inside notice where the cord comes in the box in the background. Its pushed under.

Also notice that he does not take it out of the box so you can see the PCB he took out.

I hate creeps like that. They make up cock and bull stories just to stir up the masses. Besides even if it were possible it would take years to go over all of the footage from everyones house. It's just not feasible.

If they where going to do something like that, I don't think it would be a on all the time thing, it would be like "we need to stalk this guy activate the stalker cam in his digital tv box"

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OK, aside from the fact that this is an Alex Jones* site, would it not have made more sense to go buy 10-100 of these boxes (they are $40 a pop, which is nothing), take them all apart and see if they have cameras in them? Instead, they show one dodgey youtube clip with no technical information and start screaming about the government watching them. Where are the high-res shots of this taken from multiple angles? Where are the electronics schematics showing what its connected to? How does the picture and audio get transmitted back to base? The site has enough people visiting it to at least quietly solicit the advice of some experts, get enough evidence to show it was manufactured with this capability in mind and blow the whole thing wide open. In short, this is about as genuine as an advert for beach front property in Basingstoke.

Also, what do these people think they are doing that the goverment would want to watch? And if you take about 110 million households in the US, 98.5% of which have TV sets, thats .25 billion hours of footage a day to sift through.

* If I was the US goverment, and I was up to no good, I would make sure this guy was provided with a non-stop stream of made up evidence and false information. And if I was really smart, Alex Jones would work for me and be used as cover for the really bad shit I was doing.

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BackBone, What is the chip number on the DTV box you have(Broadcom).

I personally do not know what to believe. Its plausibleness, but without multiple photos it may be highly unlikely.

EDIT: Seems like a few people have already taken theres apart;

before you get riled up, go out and buy a magnavox tb110mw9 and check for yourself. i already had this exact model so i opened it up and sure enough, no camera no mic. the box the camera is mounted on in the video is there, but no camera, just a yellow strip with the serial #8072435(check if you dont believe) on it. and the space where the mic is in the video just has a small plastic piece identical to other pieces all over the board. this is hoaxer BS. unless the fact that i got this almost a year ago is a factor, but i doubt it
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@DingleBerries:

Broadcom BCM3543kpb5g

tn0824 pw0

875394 U3A

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Well in the video you can clearly see that the camera is not even connected to anything, it's stuck to the transformer. In all the crap that I have taken apart I have never seen another part stuck to another part is something like that.

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dear god...if its not one thing from a store with a hidden cam it's another. -_- O NOES the Xbox360 can have a webcam on it! Same with your computarz! Run....before they haxorz your technology with bad hoaxes

*yah, the gov is doing a sting on illegal teenagers whacking off in front of their xboxes (since they are REALLY just watching porn dvds :P*

Interestingly enough though, somebody is probably planting one on their girlfriend's super hot friend so he can watch the feeds of her after she gets out the shower... umm... NO! I wouldnt do anything like that!...but I thought of it first!!!

Besides this is old re-spun bullshit anyway. There was the same urband legend with directv boxes.

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If they where going to do something like that, I don't think it would be a on all the time thing, it would be like "we need to stalk this guy activate the stalker cam in his digital tv box"

OK, aside from the fact that this is an Alex Jones* site, would it not have made more sense to go buy 10-100 of these boxes (they are $40 a pop, which is nothing), take them all apart and see if they have cameras in them? Instead, they show one dodgey youtube clip with no technical information and start screaming about the government watching them. Where are the high-res shots of this taken from multiple angles? Where are the electronics schematics showing what its connected to? How does the picture and audio get transmitted back to base? The site has enough people visiting it to at least quietly solicit the advice of some experts, get enough evidence to show it was manufactured with this capability in mind and blow the whole thing wide open. In short, this is about as genuine as an advert for beach front property in Basingstoke.

Also, what do these people think they are doing that the goverment would want to watch? And if you take about 110 million households in the US, 98.5% of which have TV sets, thats .25 billion hours of footage a day to sift through.

* If I was the US goverment, and I was up to no good, I would make sure this guy was provided with a non-stop stream of made up evidence and false information. And if I was really smart, Alex Jones would work for me and be used as cover for the really bad shit I was doing.

I rest my case

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hell they dont need to put cameras or mic's in anyone's house we all put them there for them. ie cell phone regular phone web cam plus there are the billions of security / traffic cams they have.. they can tap everything anyway....

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Just wrap your DTV receiver in tin foil and be done with it.

Caution: May cause loss or degradation of television signal and risk of electric shock or fire. Not recommended unless you're trying to claim house insurance. Consult a lawyer or electrician before attempting this procedure.

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Caution: May cause loss or degradation of television signal and risk of electric shock or fire. Not recommended unless you're trying to claim house insurance. Consult a lawyer or electrician before attempting this procedure.

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