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Leonie Barrie | 6 December 2006

This story was posted in response to my blog on new US technology that enables small cameras to see through clothing to detect weapons. Over in Japan it seems a night filter that allows mobile phone customers to take pictures with their phones in the dark has an unexpected side effect: it also lets users see through clothes. Phone maker Vodafone is understandably distancing itself from the accessory, which has been developed by a third-party supplier.

 

Phones see through bikinis


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