The particular site - - at the centre of the security flap claims it has been set up order to show the importance of the security settings.
"To remove your public camera from this site and make it private the only thing you need to do is to change your camera default password," it states.
"The problem’s not just restricted to IP devices, but to any device that has a connection to the Internet.
This includes devices that connect via a home router, such as baby monitors or webcams. A blog post by the ICO provides a list of simple steps that guard against internet-connected webcams being hijacked.
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