"how to spy on your husband's cell phone"

 

For the first time in World War I, cameras were used widely to photograph troops and fortifications. Pigeons outfitted with tiny cameras were released over military sites.

SPY Historian Vince Houghton sat down with retired US Army Brigadier General Gerry Galloway and retired US Navy Rear Admiral…

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"how to spy on your husband's cell phone"

Spies don't need expensive gadgets to do their business, real spy kids create their spy equipment for free, using their imagination. Are you game?

James Bond has "Q" to give him all kinds of expensive gadgets, but I've no doubt that MI6 has a much bigger budget than you!

But the truth is that for you 2 be a kids spy, you don't need a lot of money for great spy equipment. Be creative, and make your own! Most of the gadgets presented on these pages cost little or nothing to make, but are as much fun to use as expensive kid spy stuff you can buy.

For the first time in World War I, cameras were used widely to photograph troops and fortifications. Pigeons outfitted with tiny cameras were released over military sites.

SPY Historian Vince Houghton sat down with retired US Army Brigadier General Gerry Galloway and retired US Navy Rear Admiral…

Each day at Spy Camp is filled with top secret briefings and activities that will put spy skills and street smarts to the test. Register Now!

Perform a Google Search: Go to Google and use your main keywords to find other stores selling the same or similar products.

For example, when you search for the word “lingerie,” you can find all the other websites optimizing for that keyword – Victoria’s Secret, Bare Necessities, Debenhams and others.

Use Google Shopping: An even smarter move is to use Google shopping – a search engine created specifically to find online stores selling certain types of products.

The best way to know where your teenagers are is to have the kind of relationship with them in which they tell you -- truthfully. But for those whose relationships are a bit strained, well, there's an app for that. Here is a list of some apps that will help protect your cover as you track your teens' online comings and goings:

mSpy is the top used cell phone tracking app worldwide , according to TopTrackingApps . Its main selling point is that you can monitor multiple things with it -- who they call, what they text, which apps they use, the number of contacts, GPS location, etc. And according to SpyParent's founder Sedgrid Lewis , "it works." While the field of spying apps isn't limited, simplicity of use and reliability are factors to be considered. The average American teen spends up to seven hours a day in contact with others on electronic devices, and a recent survey by online security firm AVG found that by the time they are 16, one in three  has regretted something they did online .

The Spy Bubble is another jack-of-all-spying-trades, also suitable for monitoring the phone of your suspected cheating spouse. Its site does offer some cautionary, if frightening, state-of-the-world information you might find useful. We are still reeling from this one about online photos and Photoshop: "Never let your kids share their photos online on an open forum. Why? They will ask. Everyone does that. Yes, everyone does that and about eight percent of those experience harassment due to photoshop effects on their photos. The worst bullying of this sort is seen by the girls, especially because female reputation is one of the most fragile things in the world."