• Your privacy matters

    Your privacy matters!

    As you can see in this video, there are public privacy concerns specially due to the ubiquity of webcams. While it’s a felony in some places to gain unauthorized access to computers, it is up to you to prevent yourself from being spied in your private places. After all you have the choice to close the blinds of your place, so why should you keep your webcam open to everyone?
  • Cory Doctorow at TEDxObserver

    Cory Doctorow at TEDxObserver

    About how do we make kids care about online privacy? A lot of parents are asking this question nowadays when their kids from ages as low as 5 year old start to get in touch with the contamporary digital communication technology. In this video Cory shares a lot of insight knowledge about this topic.
  • Hacking Tools

    Hacking Tools,

    like the one featured in the video clip show how easy it can be to gain anonymous access over the built in webcam of your device. There are more free or inexpensive available software tools like this available on the internet as well as in professional network management tools used by companies, schools and governments. As proven by some spectacular cases where schools spy-ed on kids using their laptops at home and in their dorms.
You think your wireless and other technology is safe? From Blue Tooth to automobile remotes, PCs, and “secure” credit cards, Hacker extraordinaire shows how nearly every secure system is vulnerable.
Of course there are virtually hundreds of ways how you can remedy this situation by yourself, but most likely they tend to be unaesthetic and/or end up with undesired side effects…
There is a non destructive, save and good looking way to control your webcam privacy.

Your digital privacy matters!

Congratulations. If you live in a urban-/suburban area, then you are a movie star.
You come across up to several thousand surveillance cams on a daily base, depending your roaming area.
The surroundings of your home and workplace are subject to automated street view vehicles, satellite- and aerial imaging.
This leaving the only real private space inside your home. Really? Don’t you have one or more webcams?
You can easy and reliable disconnect any USB based webcam when you don’t use them
But wait! Don’t you have a laptop, netbook, tablet, smart phone, smart tv or kinect device connected to the internet?
Virtually from everywhere on the internet your webcam could be accessed without your knowledge and be used to spy on you! Even by people you wouldn’t imagine, as some of the examples will show.
How could you solve this?
DO-IT YOURSELF by using chewing gum, bandaids or whatever could be glued over a webacm. Oh wait! Maybe you still like to use your webcam sometimes.
Simply get a Camtect webcam cover for your laptop, netbook or tablet here!
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Its needless to say that such a trivial thing like the mechanical blocking of a web cam on internet connected devices could be easy addressed by the device designers and manufacturers at very little cost.

The big question is rather: Why they don't do it?
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