However, when you introduce the Internet into an area that has previously been offline, you make that item vulnerable to outside attacks. Just as wireless key fobs are susceptible to infiltration via remote hacking devices, as proved by a group of German researchers,criminals and other malicious forces can gain access to your smart TVs too and use them to their advantage. Laura Higgins, founder of the Revenge Porn Helpline, said that she dealt with one couple who were “filmed making love in their living room through their smart TV.” Friends later saw the footage on a website and told them. “The victims had no idea it was there,” said Higgins. “They had not made any personal videos and no names were attached to the footage … but they could recognize their living room and from the angle the video was taken they worked out it must have been filmed … from their smart TV.” When photos are uploaded to sites, it is extremely difficult for the victims to get them taken down. Infringement of copyright can be used to persuade some websites to take stolen images down, but due to how the legislation surrounding copyright is written, those images must have been taken by the victim themselves. Higgins told the Daily Mail that “it very much depends on the site. Some sites can be helpful because they do not want to be caught up in anything illegal.” It seems like Target allowing peeping toms and sexual predators into women rooms is not the only problem, as now if your doing anything in front of your smart tv and it's connected to the internet you likely might have a peeping tom. If you have kids in front of your smart tv's watching Disney, Nickolodeon, or Cartoon Network, your kids could very well be getting watched by perverts while they watch Saturday cartoons. This is once again another conspiracy theory turned into conspiracy fact, where people have said since smart tv's first came out that people could watch you through them. So I highly suggest if you have a smart tv you disconnect it from the internet or trade it in for a regular tv.