nannycam

nannycam

(NANNY CAMera) A camera in a baby's bedroom connected to one or more monitors in the house. The term may also refer to Web cameras placed throughout the house in order to observe a nanny's behavior and care giving when the parents are away from home. See network camera and parental control software.
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But lurking within this monument to mammon was a hint of the price of opulence: NannyCam.
NannyCam is a tiny, wireless video camera that allows parents to keep tabs on their kids' baby sitters.
There's something inherently creepy about NannyCam, beyond its Big Brother quality.
The existence of NannyCam raises some uncomfortable questions: If you're so suspicious of your baby sitters that you feel compelled to spy on them, why in the world would you entrust your children to their care?
Homeowners can click on their personal "home page" from the office to check the security system, raise the home temperature, start the hot tub, close the pool cover, turn on the outside lighting, or even watch the NannyCam.
At less than $100, Guardzilla gives users flexibility and given its size and mobility it can serve multiple uses, including baby monitors, NannyCams and boat and RV monitoring, allowing more Americans to protect what is important to them.
In America, covert surveillance cameras known as nannycams are big business as concerned parents seek assurance that their children are being properly cared for.