There are so many surveillance cameras installed in public spaces (malls, gas stations, ATMs) that you can be photographed hundreds of times in a day.
The top—selling iPhone app iSpy lets the user watch thousands of live—streaming closed—circuit television cameras around the world. You can look in on a bar in Taipei, a ritzy hotel in Moscow, a quiet harbor in Norway. It might sound creepy, but Studio 360's Eric Molinsky finds this anonymous voyeurism comforting.
(Originally aired: December 17, 2010)