We ought to be much more worried about the government and business continually tracking us on our phones and the internet than a small insignificant webcam! As one who has used this webcam often, you are are talking rubbish. So it was lovely to be transported back in the autumn thanks to the wonders of the web. Almost immediately, I found in the evening that someone was deliberately moving the focus up to the bedrooms of the OFI, where you could see what the people inside were doing.
And as for reading the number plates - what exactly would anyone gain by this? Moving the camera to any other than a preprogrammed position is laborious. When I tried to move the camera away to other scenes, this someone moved it straight back up to the bedrooms.
I just checked using Safari browser and all seems ok! This webcam is a free service, and we work hard to keep it going, so that everyone can use it. We don't restrict public use, but we do expect users to be polite and considerate, unlike the previous two comments.
Perhaps try a different browser - though ithe webcam should work just fine with all major browsers Looks rather pleasant, hope the wearher stays for your visit. We have had recent water ingress in the housing and some cabling issues. Rest assured our head team member is travelling to Cornwall tomorrow. So, Pete and Blue, please feel free to go and use another webcam. Lovely place, but not a great advert for the area really.
But do us all a favour and stop leaving arrogant and rude comments, and let us get on with fixing the webcam for those people that appreciate it. If you are going to do stuff online, at least make sure it works.
Than you Slip has reopened and SWW working, they tell us,on a long term solution to the problems.
Like the commenter below, I love the innocent pleasures of Bodinnick and Fowey, and in order to preserve that innocence, I think the real right to privacy of the people there completely outweighs the need of myself or anyone else to spy on them.
The singles and couples are really keen for swingers and dogging in Swindon, casual adult fun and since our members are very discreet your identity will always stay safe.
I do agree that perhaps we should not be able to zoom in on people's windows across the water, however, I could stand on the quayside (or at a window) and look across the water with a pair of binoculars and nobody would say a thing would they?
It is a shame that there are people in this world who like to find things to complain about.
Bunting went up at front of Ferryman's last night- neither to celebrate SWW sorting things, nor to wish me a happy birthday today- but the countdown to Regatta!
You have a whole new set of we fans- Hi to SWW, and its contractors, who are using the webcam to monitor their emergency works on the slip.