The IRS requested micro surveillance equipment is manufactured to be easily hidden in coffee trays, plants and clock radios
The Internal Revenue Service is branching into surveillance territory of its own after submitting a purchase request for cameras and recording equipment small enough to be hidden in average household items.
Requested micro surveillance equipment is manufactured to be easily hidden in coffee trays, plants and clock radios according to CNS News. The order was opened with a brief fulfillment request from June 6 — 10, and was recently pushed to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11.
The IRS did not disclose the purpose for the equipment, nor the company fulfilling the purchase, though a provider has been secured.
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