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Omegle: Omegle is a popular site where you can do random chats with strangers.
The site automatically connects you to a random partner, you can disconnect chat at any point of time.
One day, the laptop was on the sofa in the living room. But then again, if I contacted them, the fun would be over. I live alone so that's pretty much what I do on my evenings after work. Nothing but the faint glow of the living room window through the curtains.
I turned the volume up in the hopes this camera had a microphone.
A couple of weeks ago I came across a list of controllable webcams. He said it was like a common thing to get drunk and watch people shoplift and shit.
It was a whole list of links, each one leading you to a website that showed an open camera feed. Some places were in different timezones, and there was little you could see through the night. He said he actually started to try and locate the location of the store.
After that, it was some decent chat with decent people, but for brief periods, because decency, dear readers, is so tiresome that the people eventually chose to jump back to square one.
I decided I had to stop at once but the next day one camera in particular kept me going. I know you must be thinking that's crossing the line. I looked at it for a few seconds, swapping from one camera to the next.
In my defense, I almost immediately closed the tab when I saw it. It seemed to be a common house, nothing unusual about it. In a panic rush, I pulled my headphones off, got up from my chair and closed the browser.
I have to admit, it felt very wrong spying on people like that but, at the same time, exciting. He clicked on one and it pops on a person's laptop cam and they are just browsing on the computer, then does another.
From the safety of my bedroom, I could watch other people without them ever realizing what I was doing. Maybe this time I could find out where this house was. I was creeped out beyond my mind looking at these cameras again. It was scary, goes without saying cover any camera that is connected to a comp or phone or the internet.
Schools, backyards, streets, factories, offices, laboratories. But others showed people working, passing by or otherwise going about their business, completely unaware an stranger on the internet could be watching them. After a while the company corrected it he thinks cause it just stopped doing it one day. This is why you should cover your webcam with tape or something.