Voyeurs get their kicks at peeping FT.com

As work gets underway on central London’s first pedestrian bridge, to link St Paul’s and the new Bankside Tate Gallery, FT.com, the Financial Times website claims to have installed ‘the UK’s first user-controlled webcam giving Internet users unique views of the London skyline and construction of the Millennium Bridge’.

According to the company, Internet users can ‘manipulate the zoom, pan and tilt of WebView cameras which are located on the roofs of the Financial Times building and the City of London school.’

These fantastic live views of the north and south banks of the Thames should, at the very least, spark a revival of the net curtain in the most chic of river-facing London households.

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