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A QR code on a motion sensor may suggest that it is a camera, but without knowing more information like the context of the QR code or the device's function, it's difficult to say for certain.

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Question: i found a device in the wall of my hotel room. i was told it was a motion sensor but im suspicious that i might be a camera. The device had a QR code that i used to sign into a p2p live cam app. when i was staying in the hotel room i could feel static in the air and did not have any phone signal. Is this device a camera or a motion sensor?

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If you were able to sign into a P2P live cam app using the QR code on the device, it is more likely that the device is a camera rather than just a motion sensor. Feeling static in the room and losing phone signal may not directly indicate the presence of a camera, but it could imply a signal jammer or other electronic devices. If you have concerns about your privacy, it is advisable to contact hotel management and share your concerns. Additionally, you could cover the device with a piece of tape or clothing as a temporary measure to ensure your privacy.

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April 11, 2023, 5:40 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 11, 2023

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