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These cameras were purchased by people who believed they would be making their home or workplace more secure."This information will also be in our monthly newsletter this month which has extensive reach." These days, online privacy concerns revolve mostly around your choice in how companies use your data.Those stakes may be high for companies like Facebook or Google that want to profit from your data, but relatively low for the average user.Console Cowboys posted its instructions on accessing the cameras on January 10, and over the next two days a list of links to over 1,000 camera feeds appeared on Pastebin, a free text storage site popular among programmers and 4channers for storing and sharing snippets of code, Occupy movement screeds, the anti-Scientology manifestos of Anonymous, and the assorted Dane Cook joke.In an email, Someluser said that he was not responsible for creating the long list of links or posting them to other sites.The author of the Console Cowboys post, Someluser, was surprised it even worked: Other available cameras were found by searching shodanhq.com, a semi-shady site that catalogs open devices.
Some of the more interesting camera feeds included a laundromat in Los Angeles, a bar and grill in Virginia, living rooms in Korea and Hong Kong, offices in Moscow, a Newark man watching the football game in a Giants jersey, and the inside of a turtle cage.
The post was meant to goad people into insulting him for his poor taste, but the thread quickly changed as commenters remembered how fun it was to watch those feeds that they had discovered the week before.
Apart from the nudity, the camera that garnered the most 4chan rage showed an empty living room that featured a large Christmas tree: users decried how lazy this family must be to still have the tree up a month after the holiday.
Since the link for each feed is the IP address of the camera appended with the code that allows you to access the stream, it’s not too hard to track down exactly who you’re looking at.
One feed showed an older man sitting at his computer at home; 4chan suspected he was masturbating and quickly tracked down his home address.
None of the homes with cameras appeared to be particularly lavish, which suggests the cameras were not as much for protecting valuable property as they were to monitor residents or employees.