Are you aware that for some time certain internet sites have used your monitor to spy on you? It has been common misinformation that it is good to leave your computer & monitor on all day. Why? Would you leave your TV on all day? What about a microwave? Would you like to know the reason many of those spreading this misinformation want your computer & monitor to stay on 24 hours a day?

A pixel technology known as " dot dithering " in your monitor's screen grill can be reversed to make a primitive camera aperture and act as an eye. This technology has been available since June 1999 and it's very likely  it has been used on you on one site or another. Like a receptacle capturing images inside your home or office while connected to the internet, this intrusive digital technology is a primitive camera used in a very high tech way. 

It uses your computer monitor while connected to the internet at work or in your home. A story from major news stated it was " George Orwell's  1984 " big brother at it's worst. Dot dithering technology was reportedly invented by the Mitsubishi Corporation and was in use on the internet by late 1997 without much fanfare.

Although this photo technology makes the picture appear grainy and images are not real clear;  information can be gleaned from peering into someone's home or office. The monitor's dot dithering acts somewhat as if you had the computer hooked to a video camera and will give the viewer a picture of whatever is in the pathway of your computer monitor. ( while connected to the internet.)  Monitors that have this capability were made after March 1998. If your monitor shows any movement on the linked beta test page you may wish to read more. Please click on the link to test your monitor. Tell others about this and encourage them not to leave monitors on 24 hours a day. Always turn your monitor off when not in use, save energy & your monitor.

Prevent private viewing through your monitor and information being collected, by turning your monitor off or turning lights out while not in use.  




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Can we see you? What about your computer files?  You should not leave your computer monitor on when not in use; with dot dithering technology anything in it's pathway may be viewable.

Do you see moving objects on this page ?  If you see floating objects following your mouse cursor your monitor is capable of a technology known as dot dithering. It has probably been used to view your home while connected to the internet.

"Today's high-end televisions are almost all equipped with "smart" PC-like features, including Internet connectivity, apps, microphones and cameras. But a recently discovered security hole in some Samsung Smart TVs shows that many of those bells and whistles aren't ready for prime time.

...The flaws in Samsung Smart TVs, which have now been patched, enabled hackers to remotely turn on the TVs' built-in cameras without leaving any trace of it on the screen. While you're watching TV, a hacker anywhere around the world could have been watching you. Hackers also could have easily rerouted an unsuspecting user to a malicious website to steal bank account information".


Smart TV camera hack creates a window into your home - CBS News Video

The CIA wants to spy on you through your TV: Agency director says it will 'transform' surveillance

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WARNING: the below example will be photographed with the knowledge that your computer monitor is using dot dithering technology. We are not responsible for this technology. We do not gather or store photo information on those who visit our web site and we do not resell information. PLEASE DO NOT  E-MAIL REQUESTS FOR THESE PHOTOS. 

Example of  Dot Dithering: BETA VERSION v2.1  Click here to see what we see in front of your monitor.



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