In the case of Georgia it was a closed-circuit feed and not public.
Professor Eric Herron has done some good research on the topic, mostly looking at the last example.
But malware rides on your computer hard drive and affects everything you do, including having the power to disable your virus programs.
It also sacrifices your security by infiltrating your access to the outside world, personal information, and more.
is a free online chat website that allows users to socialize with others without the need to register.
The service randomly pairs users in one-on-one chat sessions where they chat anonymously using the names "You" and "Stranger" or "Stranger 1" and "Stranger 2" in the case of Spy mode.
Password and room have to be the same for the participants, username can be anything.
CCTV cameras are connected with broadband internet connection.
If your accessing broadband router then find your public ip address. Google will show your public ip address Most of the CCTV cameras and router configured default username and password.
What countries use or have used video cameras/webcams in polling stations as a confidence-building and transparency measure?
How have these countries assessed their experience, taking into account costs and the effect on public confidence?