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Between supers, landlords, doormen, roommates, house cleaners, dog walkers, nannies, pet sitters and assorted friends and neighbors, a surprisingly large number of people may very well have keys to an apartment you're renting or Airbnb-ing. But consider the case of Aksana Kuzmitskaya, a young woman who claims her former landlords installed secret cameras in her bedroom and bathroom, filming her private life on 70-odd occasions.Starting at about 0 and roughly the size and shape of a Swiss Army Knife, the device sweeps a room with a high frequency red light, bouncing off the film that’s on camera chips and lighting up any secret cameras in the room.(Plus, it’s portable enough to soothe all your dressing-room , hotel room, and Airbnb paranoias as well.) Brick House used to do their own sweeps at a cost of

Between supers, landlords, doormen, roommates, house cleaners, dog walkers, nannies, pet sitters and assorted friends and neighbors, a surprisingly large number of people may very well have keys to an apartment you're renting or Airbnb-ing. But consider the case of Aksana Kuzmitskaya, a young woman who claims her former landlords installed secret cameras in her bedroom and bathroom, filming her private life on 70-odd occasions.

Starting at about $100 and roughly the size and shape of a Swiss Army Knife, the device sweeps a room with a high frequency red light, bouncing off the film that’s on camera chips and lighting up any secret cameras in the room.

(Plus, it’s portable enough to soothe all your dressing-room , hotel room, and Airbnb paranoias as well.) Brick House used to do their own sweeps at a cost of $1,000 for four hours, with apartments usually taking up to six or eight hours, but haven't offered the service in a while because demand dropped after the technology became easy enough for an amateur to use, Morris says.

Which means there are that many people who could plant a hidden camera in your bookcase and secretly record your every move for their own sick pleasure. In exchange for cleaning apartments at their Upper West Side building, they had given her room and board.

(Kuzmitskaya sued them earlier this month; the landlords have denied the accusations.)In the interest of avoiding such an egregiously creepy situation, we spoke to Todd Morris, CEO of Brick House Security (no relation to Brick Underground), a Manhattan-based security and surveillance company, who enlightened us on how to spot a landlord spy, and what to do if you have one. “The best thing to do is know when someone is in your apartment and they shouldn’t be,” says Morris, since that will be your first clue that they may have installed surveillance equipment.

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Between supers, landlords, doormen, roommates, house cleaners, dog walkers, nannies, pet sitters and assorted friends and neighbors, a surprisingly large number of people may very well have keys to an apartment you're renting or Airbnb-ing. But consider the case of Aksana Kuzmitskaya, a young woman who claims her former landlords installed secret cameras in her bedroom and bathroom, filming her private life on 70-odd occasions.Starting at about $100 and roughly the size and shape of a Swiss Army Knife, the device sweeps a room with a high frequency red light, bouncing off the film that’s on camera chips and lighting up any secret cameras in the room.(Plus, it’s portable enough to soothe all your dressing-room , hotel room, and Airbnb paranoias as well.) Brick House used to do their own sweeps at a cost of $1,000 for four hours, with apartments usually taking up to six or eight hours, but haven't offered the service in a while because demand dropped after the technology became easy enough for an amateur to use, Morris says.Which means there are that many people who could plant a hidden camera in your bookcase and secretly record your every move for their own sick pleasure. In exchange for cleaning apartments at their Upper West Side building, they had given her room and board.(Kuzmitskaya sued them earlier this month; the landlords have denied the accusations.)In the interest of avoiding such an egregiously creepy situation, we spoke to Todd Morris, CEO of Brick House Security (no relation to Brick Underground), a Manhattan-based security and surveillance company, who enlightened us on how to spot a landlord spy, and what to do if you have one. “The best thing to do is know when someone is in your apartment and they shouldn’t be,” says Morris, since that will be your first clue that they may have installed surveillance equipment.

,000 for four hours, with apartments usually taking up to six or eight hours, but haven't offered the service in a while because demand dropped after the technology became easy enough for an amateur to use, Morris says.Which means there are that many people who could plant a hidden camera in your bookcase and secretly record your every move for their own sick pleasure. In exchange for cleaning apartments at their Upper West Side building, they had given her room and board.(Kuzmitskaya sued them earlier this month; the landlords have denied the accusations.)In the interest of avoiding such an egregiously creepy situation, we spoke to Todd Morris, CEO of Brick House Security (no relation to Brick Underground), a Manhattan-based security and surveillance company, who enlightened us on how to spot a landlord spy, and what to do if you have one. “The best thing to do is know when someone is in your apartment and they shouldn’t be,” says Morris, since that will be your first clue that they may have installed surveillance equipment.

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