The website broadcasting the footage claims no cameras are hacked and all the internet-connected cameras on the site do not have proper password protection.
On January 30, 2018, EDUCAUSE, a higher education technology association, submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of Education describing concerns that it had with the Federal Student Aid (“FSA”) ability to protect federal student financial aid data.
First, EDUCAUSE expressed concerns about letters that various colleges and universities received from the FSA. These letters indicated that a data breach or suspected data breach occurred at educational institutions, and required the institutions to make a full accounting of their information security program. Some of the letters also indicated that the institutions failed to self-report alleged or suspected breaches. It appeared that the FSA identified these institution from news reports, but EDUCAUSE expressed concern that FSA did not confirm that the breaches or suspected breaches occurred prior to sending the letter.
See also related reference from last June via Quartz – As Comey shows, documenting conversations with your boss can be smart – “Careful documentation of meetings via notes and memos is part of the FBI’s culture (via NYT), but there are sound reasons for ordinary workers to at least consider doing the same when we talk to our bosses. Taking notes—or better, recording conversations in states where its legal—is sound practice for employees who feel their managers are doing something inappropriate…