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    News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    A Labrador named Thoreau has uncovered storage devices containing child porn.
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    Re: News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    So hide your porn(non child) on a sd card and insert into your smart tv. Dog ignores it.....

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    Re: News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmastorm View Post
    So hide your porn(non child) on a sd card and insert into your smart tv. Dog ignores it.....
    ""If it has a memory card, he’ll sniff it out," Thoreau’s handler Detective Adam Houston boasted."

    If that dog can smell memory chips and HDs then it will find it. However, I don't think Porn Dog is going to be coming round to search for your standard porn. Besides, if Porn Dog did drop by for a visit, why would you want to hide your porn from him/her? At worst, it'll tell its handler, and I reckon you could cope with that. Porn Dog has the highest standards of professionalism, and won't gossip.

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    Re: News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    I feel an Elvis song coming on......You aint nothing but a porn dog....

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    Re: News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    You can see the next news story, pedo taken to hospital due to swallowing 200 sd cards.

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    Re: News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    Bullshiat. There is no way an animal could sniff out a micro-SD card, and even if they could, they couldn't differentiate it from a piece of plastic with a copper wire taped to it. Those things are so tiny I could sew one into my skin.

    It's pretty easy to hide stuff from sniffer dogs though, just submerge it in water. As long as the object doesn't stink up the water itself, you can't smell through water.

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    Re: News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    Except the dogs don't work....

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    Re: News - US Police dog trained to sniff out hidden HDDs and memory cards

    Child ... the sick world that we live in

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