Security tent

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A security tent is a tent with opaque sides and noise-making or jamming devices designed to shield occupants from secret video cameras and covert listening devices.[1]

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  1. ^ Schmidt, Michael S.; Schmitt, Eric (November 9, 2013), "Obama's Portable Zone of Secrecy (Some Assembly Required)", New York Times, Even when Mr. Obama travels to allied nations, aides quickly set up the security tent — which has opaque sides and noise-making devices inside — in a room near his hotel suite. When the president needs to read a classified document or have a sensitive conversation, he ducks into the tent to shield himself from secret video cameras and listening devices.