– is an experimental 1929 Soviet silent documentary film, directed by Dziga Vertov and edited by his wife Elizaveta Svilova.
Vertov's feature film, produced by the film studio VUFKU, presents urban life in the Soviet cities of Kiev, Kharkov, Moscow and Odessa.
One stream shows a baby in Virgina, another fast asleep in Utah, and a third in her crib in Florida.
Not only does the website show these unfiltered images, they also provide the exact coordinates of the location, complete with links to a map.
From a street in Mexico City, a beach parking lot in Australia, to the Tokyo skyline and London.
Britain's information commissioner Christopher Graham said anyone who failed to set a secure camera passwords is vulnerable."Consequently, these can be accessed in the same way you might want to check what's going on in your business premises or shop, or you want to see your baby is fast asleep," Graham said.
In the British Film Institute's 2012 Sight & Sound poll, however, film critics voted it the eighth greatest film ever made, The film has an unabashedly avant-garde style, and emphasizes that film can go anywhere.
He toured the site late last month and is planning another trip on February 27.
A new webcast has gone live from the site of new cosmodrome in the Russian Far East to let people watch the multi-billion-rouble facility being constructed.
The broadcast was started on February 14 and will likely continue at least until operations at the highly anticipated Vostochny space complex begin later this year.
It was founded in 1956 and it's based in the Capital of Spain, Madrid.
Its programming is aimed to a wide range of audiences and includes news (Telediario, Informe Semanal), documentaries, debate programmes and entertainment shows.Vertov's message about the prevalence and unobtrusiveness of filming was not yet true—cameras might have been able to go anywhere, but not without being noticed; they were too large to be hidden easily, and too noisy to remain hidden anyway.