Some people have their systems in their bedrooms. And for college students, they're in those dorms, which are their bedrooms. So... you think it's okay for someone to get a live feed of you changing your underwear so long as they only intend to make a profit on it? This isn't even close to just a telephone, and you know it. It's knowing exactly what you're doing, exactly what you do or don't have on. Why does the right to privacy suddenly evaporate if it's only used to make money? Why does that excuse it? It shouldn't. With that kind of data, if it can be abused, it will be. Including the government violating your constitutional rights to implicate you in some crime.Seriously guys, technology advances. With every new advancement comes the changing of the domestic environment. I wouldn't be surprised if similar complaints were made about the advent of the telephone entering the home. "This is an invasion of our privacy, now people can know when we're in or not!". It was inevitable that the cameras placed in our home would one day have that information streamed to the company responsible for them. Why? Because there's money in it. Businesses operate for money. Are you beginning to connect the dots?