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Back to the Future

“There’s a bit of a debate going on right now about CMTV. It was sparked by this rather unfair criticism. Our response is at the bottom of the page. I thought this was a peerless example of a genre of marketing known as “moral panic” . That was until I discovered this gem on display […]

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The London Riots and CMTV

One of the first rioters to be arrested turns out to have been a teacher at a primary school. Another was a lifeguard. Another a charity worker. All are the type of community based jobs which give you unlimited license for pious posturing – should you be so inclined. Granted, the majority of teachers and […]

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Sleepy Surrey shop heist shows value of strong video surveillance

If all the shops had subscribed to Jabbakam there would be much more evidence A couple of real life incidents have brought home to us the real game-changing transformation that the introduction of community based TV monitoring can provide. The trigger event was the burglary of a newsagent’s premises right in the heart of a […]

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Security fences are the lure not the cure

Daily Telegraph correspondent has his fencing stolen by metal thieves As the sorry tale of Mike Rutherford, The Daily Telegraph’s motoring correspondent, so graphically illustrates, security fencing has mutated away from being a strong deterrent into a lure for metal thieves. Whilst distracted by a family crisis, villains turned up at the Rutherford home in […]

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Metal thieves cut Surrey residents’ phones off for 3 days

The depths to which metal thieves have sunk was illustrated by an attack on BT’s copper cables in a quiet neighbourhood in Horton, nr Epsom Surrey back in December [2011]. The attack occurred sometime between 11.45 pm on Saturday and 10.15 am on Sunday. The actual cables weren’t removed but damaged as thieves were disturbed […]

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What are the legal implications of owning your own CCTV system?

One of the promises of the new coalition government is that they intend to regulate CCTV in the UK. This is because there is still a lot of confusion as to whether a person can install CCTV in their home and crucially if the video they record can be submitted to the police for evidence. This is […]

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Terms and Conditions

Jabbakam Limited Terms and Conditions Welcome to Jabbakam.com (the “Site”), the website of Jabbakam Limited (“Jabbakam” or “We”). We are registered in Guernsey under Company number 51085 and our registered office is at Kingsway House, Havilland Street, St Peter Port, Guernsey. By accessing and using the Site you signify that you have read, understood and […]

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General FAQs

What is Jabbakam? Jabbakam is a cloud-based, online video surveillance and security system that allows people to network IP cameras together and communicate, discuss and share video footage either privately or via the network forums. Jabbakam allows you to manage your camera online 24/7. You can use Jabbakam to set up alerts so that you […]

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Get a Jabbakam

The Jabbakam IP Camera – it has everything you need to get started with the Jabbakam Service. It’s easy to install and comes with a 5 meter network cable to connect it to your router. Order your camera directly from us today. When it arrives simply plug it into your router and power supply and […]

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Jabbakam Developers Site and API Launched

We at Jabbakam are pleased to announce the launch of both the Jabbakam API and the Developers site. The RestFUL API will allow you to build applications using, and extending the Jabbakam platform. Sign up for an API key, read the docs and start to build your own app now. The Jabbakam Developers’ site should be the first port of call when […]

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