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That’s not much different from cracking the Instagram account of some female celebrities and publishing their private nude photos in a forum for all to see. But, again, just to let you know, we don’t do that here.
Also the anonymous viewer is invaded by a watchful eye, turning the space into a control.
November 21, 2014 at pm | Culture | No comment In case anybody is in doubt, it is probably worth mentioning that the webcams you find here on Opentopia are not in any way hacked.
Or, as is the case with many passwords, the user will chose something very easy to guess for their password, like “12345”.
So, an unscrupulous cam aggregator with a bit of technical knowhow could very well set up an automated program that locates webcams on the Internet, cracks their passwords, and then presents them for the public to see.
That doesn’t exclude that somebody might have made a mistake and forgotten to password protect their webcam. Or the cam owner might have meant the webcam to be seen just by friends or family or customers who came to their website.
But, well, nowadays, search engines succeed in finding pretty much all websites that are publicly available, and they’re available for search, no matter what originally was intended.
“A real time story” is a web project that speaks about the privacy of the images obtained from different webcams and how they are displayed to the extensive network that is the internet.
This panoptic piece will make the viewer question where lies his gaze (demiurga, voyeur, watcher, etc.) and reflect on the concept of public space at the expense of free space.
In brief, don’t publish anything on the Internet that you actually don’t want people to come and look at.
Recently some of our less principled “competitors” have chosen to go a good deal further than we would, into what we easily could call criminal territory.