Carnival Cruise came with secret camera in couple's bedroom


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/10/29/carnival-cruise-came-with-secr.html


#2

Don’t book the “Facebook-Package”.


#3

I thought about a pun with carnival or carne vale, but I can’t really flesh it out.


#4

Carnal-full Cruise Line


#5

In a statement to USA TODAY, Carnival acknowledged a “video transmitter” was found during a full investigation by the shipboard team, but notes it “was not connected to an electrical source and not capable of recording.”

I think they’re missing the point.


#6

Camera left over from the prior week’s “Bon Voyeur Cruise”


#7

It’s OK. They just want to keep an eye on you while you get the coronavirus.


#8

I thought this sounded familiar.


#9

That’s what they get for booking an all-invasive cruise.


#10

How very plausible. Also, it was made of cheese, and could only take pictures of adorable kittens. If it could. Which it couldn’t.


#11

A supposedly fun thing I’ll never do again…


#12

If they aren’t doing anything wrong, I don’t see what all the fuss is about.


#13

Found in a bundle of wires by the tv…not hooked up…not powered.

Could it be someone just forgot their camera and were using the TV to view images?


#14

Ok, so an abandoned camera was found in the room. If I was the folks in that room, I’d be more concerned about why the previous occupants of that room were under covert surveillance.


#15

This doesn’t make much sense logistically. Those walls are steel. Someone watching the camera would have to be in the next room…and then they might not even get a signal.
The thing that comes to mind is that maybe it was a family with adjoining rooms keeping an eye on the kids, because the range on those things through a bulkhead would be a few feet if at all.

Also. Hey Free Camera


#16

:musical_note: Carnival cruises are hot, hot, hot. :musical_note:


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