There is a whole new world of baby cams that, for free, host the feed online for you to access anywhere. You simply create an account on their hosting site and you get access to the live camera feed of all the baby cams in your house.
There is barely a legal document in sight for these things, and (especially with regards to Chinese equipment) the feed is almost certainly being recorded somewhere permanently.
There might be breaches to this data and it might end up public in some way. There are laws in countries like China that all the data must be available for the government. There is a not-unreasonable chance that someone somewhere will watch some of the videos.
Therefore this makes for an interesting question about tzniut - is one obligated therefore to not get dressed in front of these cameras? If a married woman sometimes uncovers her hair in her own house, should she make sure not to do so in front of the cameras? Other questions akin to this. If it's not a halacha is it a midda chassidus/yirei shamayim? (sounds funny asking that given that covering one's hair even in complete private is considered a midat yerei shamayim, if not an outright halacha)
Given that this is a) unlikely and b) something that is technically happening "in the back of the tent" rather than in a place obviously visible to the "public road", maybe there is no issue.
There might also be a problem of hezek riya? Not sure how to formulate it but I've added a tag for it in case anyone wants to deal with that as well. I will probably ask that as a separate question if a line of thought develops on it.