The victims had no idea it was there — they had not made any personal videos, and no names were attached to the online footage identifying the people in it.
But they could recognise their living room and from the angle, the video was taken they worked out that it must have been filmed from the webcam that was attached to their smart TV.
‘The footage just appeared on a website.’ What is most peculiar about the cyber attack is that it seems to have been random, with no particular reason for the choice of victim whatsoever.
As well as videos of people getting busy, there’ll also be other clips which instruct on putting condoms on in a way that will ‘increase pleasure.’ Raunchy.
These are just a few adjectives of our couple cams, it’s like seeing a video on Youporn but live and where you have the opportunity to choose what will be the next sex scene, anal, blowjob, sex toys, threesomes are easy to find and often are the most viral cams with thousands of viewers.
His camera kept away from anything graphic, cropping and cutting coyly like the pornographic equivalent of closing the bedroom door.
Most people have heard the famous saying ‘get a room.’ Now, due to the actions of cybercriminals, the phrase is taking on a more modern meaning that has got quite a few people worried that they may be the next viral internet sensation. While most people are aware that hackers can use malware to take over a laptop or PC webcam, they may not realise that hackers have been discovered hacking Smart TVs in order to get footage of couples having sex on the sofa.
Not only that, but the masks are so small that you can see most of their faces anyway.
Then there’s US couple Emma and Eddie, who have had to postpone their webcam duties while Eddie is in prison for being an illegal immigrant, and Glenn and Ari, who have broadcast their entire whirlwind relationship – even their honeymoon – online, and don’t even charge for viewers.
A bit raunchier than the usual medical trials broke students sign up for, then.
The idea is to promote safe sex by showing real couples getting it on, proving that stopping to put a condom on definitely doesn’t need to ruin the mood.
The NHS currently spends £620 million a year treating STIs, which experts think is down to people seeing condoms as ‘unsexy.’ Despite the fact that a trip to the GUM clinic is a whole lot less sexy than reaching for a condom…
The films are part of a project titled ‘Wrapped’ which will become available to people when they order a chlamydia self testing kit.
Filmmaker Charlie Russell gives a brilliantly sensitive and non-judgmental account of his subjects, gently questioning what effect the pressure and lifestyle of being webcam stars has on the couples, and what – aside from money – they get out of it.