It's 2021 - every phone has a camera and can livestream to websites such as Youtube and dozens of others.
So why are there so few live streams of situations, such as the southern border, protests, people suffering from Covid, etc.
I know "Because Privacy!" and supposedly, things are blocked/jammed during certain events...and itsa not easy to "find" a live streamer during an event/protest/whatever...
But it seems like the majority of live stuff is just shallow entertainment (which is how most new technologies are used)
Am I wrong?
There are "traffic cams" and web cams at certain places but they rarely have sound and their resolution is usually kinda crappy.
I dunno, I'm just kinda wacking at the keyboard, (Maybe my mask (which WORKS) is on too tight) ha
but I've thought of this before... why can't we see more of what's going on across the world... it's not the tech that "not there"...Maybe all we need is an app...
or maybe this all is a terrible idea. (Why is there no hole in the wall?)
The movie "The circle" kinda gets into this "always on" concept a little...
(I like turtles.)