That includes clicking on those Facebook postings that say things like "Watch this incredible video!
" Unless you trust the person posting, don't do it.
I'm frightened for them." Rossen Reports: Extreme identity thieves live as you So we took it up a notch, having our expert hack into the webcam in her daughter's upstairs bedroom, where they were waiting with our producer.
Imagine if it had been a predator spying on your kids.
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.
Rossen Reports: New device lets crooks crack many hotel locks "They click the little link in the card and as far as they're concerned, they're going to see little quacking ducks," Stickley explained.
on the net and you won't have a problem finding whatever you're after as it has tons of hot various categories.This is a live, streaming HD webcam from Venice Beach, California, just south of Santa Monica.Venice Beach is an eclectic, funky, and definitely unique place where sidewalk vendors line the boardwalk selling their wares, many of the items homemade; and street performers entertain the passing crowds by performing their unusual talents.Authorities say criminals are now able to hack in and watch your every move -- without you ever knowing it. Now they can access your webcam remotely, watching your most intimate moments from the kitchen to the privacy of your own bedroom. "It took about three minutes" to hack into their system, Stickley told us. "Suddenly you're all over the Internet," Stickley said.We all do it: We use our computer, then we get distracted with something and just walk away. Stickley said such families are easy targets for webcam predators -- criminals like Luis Mijangos. So we set up an experiment using the Siegel family of New Jersey."I'm sick over it, actually," Corinne said as we watched. It's upsetting to see this." Then we gave the girls a wakeup call.