Google exposes web surveillance cams

Enter the following search term into your Google search, and what do you get?

inurl:"view/index.shtml"

As of today, 428 live camera feeds.

Um, sure, okay.

According to a report, they could be password protected, but the owners of the cams have elected not to.

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Video surfers are using this knowledge to peek in on office and restaurant interiors, a Japanese barnyard, women doing laundry, the interior of an Internet collocation facility, and a cage full of rodents, among other things, in locales scattered around the world.

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What a way to spy on the world. No longer are binoculars or telescopes needed. Now, all you need is ADSL or cable internet, and you’re ready to go!

So check out:

Find a selection here.

Or the Gulf of Mexico

Falkentranke, a German restaurant, perhaps?

A bridge. Where? No idea.

A small office. A large office, lots of people.

A ski jump? No idea. Bunch of snow on a hill at any rate.

A computer lab, by the looks of things.

Nesset kommune. Um, industrial complex, perhaps?

Author: LMAshton

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