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Many of the images obtained were very personal ones and could be used to either embarrass or blackmail users.
Photos of the students included snaps of them at home, in bed, sometimes partially clothed.
In one case the school claimed a student was popping pills: in fact he was eating candy.
Along with the photos, data on your location is displayed in the intercept so you can be easily tracked.
All this happens without any awareness by the phone user -- the screen can either be turned off or on, it does not matter.
Part of the problem stems from the fact that it is legal to sell spy software.
It's just illegal to use it without permission outside the workplace, unless it is used by parents to spy on their minor children.Many have either claimed or speculated that one way the NSA and other U. spy agencies got around the prohibition of spying on Americans was to let a third party do it for them. News reports, based on the leaks of NSA information by Edward Snowden, say that GCHQ stored millions of images gleaned from its webcam surveillance.According to the New York Times, the Australian Signals Directorate tapped a U. law firm representing Indonesian interests and offered their intercepts to the NSA. These images can be retrieved in various ways, including the use of advanced face recognition systems, so seemingly unrelated video chats from different computers and with different names or web addresses, can be linked together.Szymon Sidor is a Polish-born software engineering genius currently working for Dropbox as an intern.Before that, he served two internships with Google working on Google Chrome and Google Analytics.Webcams and phone cams are also an important source for corporate spying.This works in two ways: companies and organizations spying on their own employees, and competitors and thieves spying on corporations.Webcam spying is part of a suite of so-called Remote Access Tools or RATS.Thomas told the Post that the FBI has had these tools for years but uses "Rattingly" (the webcam spying tool) sparingly.This sort of special intelligence cooperation is a regular occurrence under the "Five Eyes" program. Obviously, when used correctly and legally, this is an important counter-terrorism tool. government still has, new legislation notwithstanding, is how to assure the proper handling of extremely personal information that is completely unrelated to any counter terrorism or criminal activity.But when it is used as a political tool to harass or blackmail people, the consequences are different and corrosive. But the NSA and GCHQ aren't the only entities spying on webcams.