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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Once again technology is set to play a big part in the story when Alfie learns what people think of him via the ''nannycam''.
While the latest technology like nannycams can help us watch our homes while we are away, children are still exposed to internet dangers such as cyberbullying, identity theft and data mining.
In America, covert surveillance cameras known as nannycams are big business as concerned parents seek assurance that their children are being properly cared for.
This is the case, for example, of "nannycams," video surveillance cameras installed in the home to record the daily activities of the nanny.