Security cameras have gone rogue, and now you can’t trust them anymore.
A new report suggests that a company that sells security cameras has been selling them to governments for years.
It’s called Security Camera Solutions, and it is being used by governments across the globe to monitor citizens and monitor protests.
The new report, which came out last week, shows how security cameras can be used to spy on citizens and protesters.
“The security camera industry is rapidly becoming a conduit for government surveillance, with security cameras deployed on military bases, military-run airports, police stations, and military installations, as well as police departments and prisons across the United States,” the report says.
Security camera owners like the ones sold by Security Camera Systems (SDS), the parent company of the popular Snapshot security camera, also have a reputation for selling surveillance equipment to foreign governments.
According to the report, SDS sells surveillance cameras to governments that use them to monitor protests in South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Mexico.
They also sell surveillance cameras that are used by the military.
The report is based on information from a Freedom of Information Act request that was filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), which both published a report on the matter.
“This report shows how governments are using these cameras to spy and monitor the people who are protesting and trying to bring about change in the world,” EFF Legal Director Corynne McSherry told The Intercept.
“Security cameras aren’t meant to spy, they’re meant to monitor.
They’re meant for law enforcement to track people and track protesters and track people in the public.”
Security cameras can also be used by companies like Google to monitor users, the report said.
Security cameras sold by SDS, the parent of the Snapshot surveillance camera, have been used by foreign governments to monitor protesters.
They sell surveillance devices to governments to track protesters, according to the new report.
In South Africa and the UK, for example, security cameras have been installed on police stations and military bases.
In Mexico, they were also installed on military training sites, according the report.
This makes it possible for companies like SDS to spy not just on protesters but also on citizens who are also protesting, the EFF report says, and can potentially allow them to gather valuable information about their movements.
The companies selling these cameras are using them to spy in other ways, too, as we’ve previously reported.
In a report from 2012, The New York Times reported that security cameras in the US were being used to monitor the activities of anti-government protesters.
The company that sold the camera used it to spy for the US government.
According a report published last year by The Intercept, police departments in Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore have used security cameras to monitor demonstrators.
A former security officer in Ferguson said he was tasked with installing cameras in a local police station to monitor a protest in front of the local courthouse.
The former officer said that he used the camera to see the people marching in the streets and to see who was carrying a gun, and how many people were participating in the protests.
In one case, a police officer was filmed installing a surveillance camera in the back of a patrol car.
The officer said he used it “to monitor what was going on with the protesters.”
In another case, an officer in New York City was recorded watching protesters in front a protest site in the city’s Central Park.
In both cases, the surveillance footage showed that the protesters were moving toward the building and that the officers had their guns drawn.
This was the same officer who was filmed watching a protester with a weapon on April 14, 2017, as protesters occupied the Brooklyn Bridge.
Police used the surveillance cameras at the site to monitor crowds that were protesting against police brutality and corruption.
The surveillance footage was released under the Freedom of Access Act.
This raises questions about how private companies are allowed to sell surveillance equipment.
In the past, the U.S. has not used the law to shut down companies selling surveillance technology to governments, but the new law is expected to allow this.
In 2013, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, or ECPA, was passed.
The ECPA allows private companies to sell the surveillance equipment they are using to government agencies for $5,000 a year.
Under the ECPA’s definition of surveillance, private companies can sell surveillance technology for up to $25,000.
However, the new ECPA also says that companies cannot sell surveillance systems for less than $5 million.
It also requires that companies selling a surveillance system to a government agency must also disclose the name of the company that is selling the surveillance system, the location of the device, and the exact location of any data collected from the system.
The NSA and other intelligence agencies have been using surveillance equipment for decades.
The government has also been using security cameras for surveillance for years, too.
For example, the National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting information about Americans and foreigners since at least 2001, according a