The simple answer is yes. Cameras (some hidden and some not) are everywhere. In stores, parking lots, traffic lights, restaurants, hospitals, schools and some are in places that they shouldn’t be like dressing rooms and bathrooms. Most cameras are in place for our protection, but some are used by people who do not have your best interest at heart. One such example occurred at a Marietta, GA salon in which the landlord was arrested after a patron noticed a hidden camera in a fixture where she was having a bikini wax. It turns out both salon locations managed by the suspect had hidden cameras installed in treatment rooms and bathrooms that allegedly took private images of possibly hundreds of women and children. Vigilance is key in how to detect hidden cameras. Some of these people use cell phone cameras to take “upskirt” pictures of an unsuspecting woman wearing a dress. In this instance the perpetrator walks up behind the woman he is going to target and holds his camera under the opening of her dress and takes the picture (which will probably end up on the internet). He sometimes pretends to drop something or act like he is tying his shoe in order to disguise his actions. Ladies, when you wear dresses, stay alert to those around you (especially if you’re standing in line). This “upskirting” practice is becoming more and more common. Another practice of these perpetrators is sliding their cell phone underneath dressing room and bathroom doors and recording their victims, or they simply hide it in an area of the room that lets them see everything. Look for small holes in ceiling tiles or ceiling tiles that are sitting in a manner that leaves a small crack through which hidden cameras could view you. Also check under sinks and toilets, and in anything that is sitting around that could conceal a cell phone or other types of hidden cameras. If you find one do not remove it. Leave the room and notify the police (not store personnel as they could have been the one(s) that put it there) immediately. Do not say anything to anyone in the building about what you have discovered. Remain calm. Leave the building and wait outside for the police to arrive. Your safety is paramount! Check back to this site often as more information is on the way.