Spy Camera and Transmitter in Carnival Fantasy Cabin U 160 – Video Voyeurism?

In October of this year, a couple from Northern Florida went on a three-day cruise on the Carnival Fantasy out of Mobile. On the last evening of the cruise, to their shock and horror, they discovered a small video camera hidden in the bundled cables, behind the television in their cabin, which pointed toward their bed. A photo of a cabin similar to cabin U 160 on the Fantasy (middle, right), shows the television in the corner of the cabin.       The camera was wired to a transmitter and both devices were powered from the television power cable.  They became concerned that video images of them undressed had been transmitted, recorded and viewed by others and possibly uploaded to the internet. They were especially fearful that images of their 10 year-old child dressing and undressing in the cabin were also transmitted, recorded and viewed by others. The couple reported the presence of the camera and transmitter in their cabin to the cruise…

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