The demand for privacy markets in everything

This story is about Abramovich's private yacht:

Infrared lasers detect the electronic light sensors in nearby cameras, known as charge-coupled devices. When the system detects such a device, it fires a focused beam of light at the camera, disrupting its ability to record a digital image.

The beams can also be activated manually by security guards if they spot a photographer loitering.

The yacht also has a missile defense system.  For the pointer I thank Daniel Lippman.


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