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In 2010, a Pennsylvania school narrowly escaped criminal charges when it was caught secretly taking photos of students through the webcams on school-issued laptops.
Harriton High School student Blake Robbins filed a civil suit, and the FBI launched an investigation when he found out school employees had photographed him 400 times over a two-week period -- sometimes when he was partially undressed or sleeping.
It's that the FBI is acknowledging to the public that, really, it's "everyone for themselves" when it comes to technology and personal security.
When Mark Zuckerberg posted a photo on his Facebook page celebrating the success of Instagram, his followers quickly noticed something strange about his laptop in the image: there was tape over both the camera and the microphone to protect against hackers.
Known as phishing, it's the most common form of online hack attack.
The following year, the FBI ran its largest cyber operation to date, in 2014, arresting scores of webcam hackers in over a dozen countries, who had all been using a program called Blackshades. If you have a modern device that can get online, it probably has a camera.
FBI director James Comey recently recommended that we all cover our webcams with tape for security reasons.
Comey believes that doing so is a simple step for people to "take responsibility for their own safety and security." Apparently Comey doesn't want to be spied on.
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BBC's story was sparked by a case involving a Miss Teen USA contestant.
A year before Cassidy Wolf won the 2013 crown, a guy in her high school used a program to hack into the webcam on her computer and take photos of her.
The program has the ability to give its user access to "photographs and other files on the victim's computer, record all of the keystrokes entered on the victim's keyboard, steal the passwords to the victim's online accounts, and even activate the victim's web camera to spy on the victim -- all of which could be done without the victim's knowledge." The malicious tool was shown to have been purchased by several thousand hackers in over 100 countries, infecting more than half a million computers around the world. Wolf now tapes over all of her webcams, and so should we all. And if it has a camera, someone looking for cash or scummy thrills has probably figured out how to hack it and turn it on without your knowing.
Protecting yourself is as easy as taping it up, just like Zuck and Comey.