According to the Wall Street Journal, a large percentage of those peeping little eyes in embassies, government buildings and military bases were assembled by those crafty, underpaid little Chinese kids. They’re the typical 50¢-an-hour employees in factories in Beijing, Chongqing, Shanghai and Chengdu.
Along with peeping at people, advanced technology most likely allows the cameras to record more detailed info, including the most sensitive U.S. secrets. So, military or government workers, next time you see the lens staring at you, instead of revealing sensitive secrets, just say: One order of wonton soup, chicken chow mein, fried rice and a fortune cookie. To go.