Originally Posted by MountainBudz
Just had a question for anyone who has used or is using a wireless trail cam.
I see that you have to set up a monthly deal with AT&T for around like $10.00 per month.
I am in Eastern Ky which you guys know is an illegal state where growing is plentiful but also is frowned upon. I am planning on purchasing some wireless trail cams around my grow which is pretty large. In case the choppers spot it and decide to stake it out, I will see them before they see me and know whether or not thieves or hunters come into contact with the grow as well.
Knowing that you have to set up an at&t account do you think its safe to use this for an illegal grow op? Do you think AT&T would see these photos and report them? Is there another way around doing this wireless without compromising location, identity or security?
I desperately need some good advice here. Thanks!
Wireless means ... it can be jammed - and intercepted - and Stingray'ed.
AT&T means ... they don't work for you - you just give them money.
I would be concerned. It's not like LEO has given up in states that passed med & rec laws BUT it's logical for them to concentrate resources in states that enforce the INSANE US gov laws.
Nothing right about it but, it's what we have to live with.
One option is to designate one or 2 grow spots as 'low hanging fruit' - meant to be captured by LEO, so they can beat their chests & bleat their bullshit.
Then to put the grow spots you want to keep, in places that can't be accessed via ATV, 4x4, or helicopter, i.e. only on foot.
Make LEO WORK if they want to attack your hard earned bud.