A group of hackers have said that they viewed both live and archived surveillance footage from hundreds of businesses including Tesla and Cloudflare via administrative access to Silicon Valley start-up Verkada.
Swiss software developer Tillie Kottmann, who has gained attention for finding security flaws in mobile apps and other systems, showed Reuters recordings from inside a Tesla factory in China and a showroom in California. Additional footage came from an Alabama jail, hospital rooms, a police interview area, and a community gym, wrote TheStreet's Joe Woelfel.
Kottmann said the group's reasons for hacking are “lots of curiosity, fighting for freedom of information and against intellectual property, a huge dose of anti-capitalism, a hint of anarchism - and it’s also just too much fun not to do it.”
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