Too many people are leaving their internet-connected webcams wide open to silent perverts, the UK's privacy watchdog has warned.
The site streams live footage ranging from CCTV networks to built-in cameras from baby monitors.
The video is largely available because people and businesses alike are failing to change the passwords on the kit from the defaults.
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There are three main steps: change default passwords, check all the available security settings, and secure all of your other devices with an internet connection.
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