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The Guardian said that in one six-month period in 2008 GCHQ intercepted the video communications of 1.8 million users, but it's possible that the program, which the Guardian says was still active in 2012, has either grown or shrunk in scope since then.
The Guardian said the documents were provided by former U. intelligence worker Edward Snowden, who remains in Russia after having sought temporary asylum there.
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Virtually every computer sold today comes with a dirty little secret. What’s more, if hackers can infect your computer with malware they can hijack your webcam and secretly watch you too – regardless of whether they’re based down the street or on the other side of the world.
The newspaper said GCHQ has been scooping up the sensitive images by intercepting video chats such as the kind offered by Yahoo Messenger, an effort codenamed OPTIC NERVE.
It's not clear how many Yahoo users were spied on in this way.
Fortunately, there are ways to keep yourself clean from these online peeping Toms. Sure, they’re great for keeping in touch with long-distance relationships, for performing online interviews, for chatting with friends, etc.Our best performers can go on to do location work in places such as Hawaii and California.We've been parasailing on the Big Island and piloted glide planes in Oregon, and we've rented out a castle in Nebraska and over 100 acres on Oahu where we had a helicopter land in a field of naked soccer players.Yahoo Messenger has 75 million users worldwide, according to a recent estimate by digital analytics company com Score.If confirmed, the Guardian's report would represent "a whole new level of violation of our users' privacy," Yahoo Inc. The Sunnyvale, California-based company said it was unaware of such snooping and would never condone it, calling on governments across the world to reform their surveillance practices.
Chances are you’re safe so don’t freak out, but you should be aware that the possibility exists.