Whatever the situation, often we think that we don’t have the technical knowledge, the money, or simply the power to use them. But that’s not necessarily the case. Many of the spying technologies out there are much easier to understand than you might think – and they are only getter easier.
Not only that, the quality of these devices is getting better (for example, digital cameras can capture images of a person 3,000 feet away with as much resolution as one taken by an older analog camera at 30 feet away). Much of this stuff can be found for dirt cheap.
Surveillance has its uses, and you have the ability to use it. But whether you’re taking the first steps toward a new hobby, or what seems like the final steps toward resolving a desperate situation, a responsible spy always works within confines of the law, and respects the rights of others. If you’re not sure what’s legal and what’s not where you live, it’s best to find out first. Now it’s time to arm yourself with some simple yet potent surveillance tools and techniques. Soon, you’ll be able to revel in your newfound powers of perspective.