I work at a restaurant, where the owner maintains a fairly complex (and quite impressive) surveillance system. It's more for keeping an eye on the workers than on the customers. The cameras are all wired (that is, the cords go into the walls), and all are combined in the restaurant office, where the manager can watch them on a monitor. But here's the crazy part. The owner can watch the cameras from his house. He'll occasionally call the restaurant ratting one of us out doing something we shouldn't have been doing, so he obviously has live feeds of the camera's at home. My question is this: if he can see the camera feeds at his house, does that mean the feeds are being broadcast out over the internet somewhere? And perhaps accessed by IP? I'm pretty confused about the whole system, and a little creeped out that he's always got a live eye on us 24/7. Any thoughts?