It's strange, but just five years ago I never would have imagined they would ever manage to get a surveillance camera in every home, but lately this is more and more becoming a reality and people don't even realise it. We may not be quite there yet but there is a clear trend of people installing cameras in their own home without even realising anyone with a little know how can hack into them. Often these cameras are connected to a higher server who might access your camera at any time. The Xbox Kinnect is probably the worst offender as it's openly linked to an Xbox server, it gathers information about you as is capable of picking up key words. It memorises your face and can recognise who is in the room at the time. On a lesser extent the PS eye works in the same way only it isn't openly linked to a sony server. There's really no way to know if someone is watching you on it, whether it be a Microsoft employee or your neighbour. These I-pads and androids are another offender. People don't realise these devices can be accessed very easily by anyone with the know how. They're very powerful devices as proven by the many versatile apps we can download - apps for tracking, apps for facial recognition, apps to connect one camera to another. Hell I even downloaded an app for a metal detector last night. A lot of people tend to root their Androids too, which is basically the equivalent of bending your Android over and hoping the hacker will please go easy on you. As I'm typing this now I have a webcam on my laptop right in front of me. There's a camera above my TV in my living room. A camera on my I-phone. So quickly now we've become so used to being watched by cameras that we don't even notice what's been building around us. Hell, I just rigged my Nexus to connect to laptop camera, I can see my house wherever I go now. Problem is I don't know if anyone else is doing that same thing to me. I could probably do to other people if I wanted to. The other day some stranger I was chatting to in the pub went to the toilet and left me with his phone. I could rigged that thing to pieces and ruined his life. Someone else might decide to do something else next time.