Subwaycrush.net is a new website that allows New York City subway riders to post pictures of hotties they spot on the subway. Call it voyeurism in the digital era. SubwayCrush.net encourages people to "see. snap. share." That means that when you see a good looking guy on the train, it's time to take out your cell phone, discreetly take a picture, and then submit it online for the world to see. The website currently has 15 pages of photos, each complete with a description and a clever name. SubwayCrush.net is still relatively new, and has yet to become as well known as similar sites such as Craigslist's missed connections. But as it garners more attention, it is bound to catch the eye of privacy activists. While SubwayCrush.net does offer a "photo removal request" service, it's not as if every male checks the website daily to check whether or not they've been featured. Privacy issues aside, SubwayCrush.net does look like it has room for growth. Its sister website, TubeCrush.net, which provides the same service for London commuters, is constantly updated, and contains over 60 pages of photos. See. Snap. Share. The premise might be taking off soon but for now, we have to wonder, who's really taking the pictures on SubwayCrush.net?