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The general location is at first guessed based on the IP number, but can be edited by whoever has better information.Copyright These videos are most likely copyrighted by whoever owns the cameras.The snapshots you see here appear as fair use according to copyright law.However, if a picture from your webcam appears here and you object to that, let us know and it will be removed.For example, a standard Google search for "Axis 206M" (a 1.3 megapixel IP camera by Axis) yields pages of spec sheets, manuals, and sites where the camera can be purchased.Change the search to "intitle: ' Live View / - AXIS 206M,'" though, and Google returns 3 pages of links to 206Ms that are online and viewable.
is doing just that, streaming footage from approximately 73,000 Internet-connected IP cameras around the world.
The majority appear to be from cameras running default security settings (like using "admin1" or "password" as a password).
There's are streams from over 11,000 cameras in the United States alone, with tens of thousands of others from places like Brazil, Japan, and the Czech Republic.
In either case, users need only load a simple browser-based applet (typically Flash, Java, or Active X) to view live or recorded video, control cameras, or check their settings.
As with anything else on the Internet, an immediate side effect is that online security becomes an issue the moment the connection goes active.
To use the site's full features, you need to allow viewing Flash content in your browser.