Ostensibly, the webcam surveillance, which recorded and stored some very explicit images, was done in ... The data collected during the secret surveillance was subsequently shared with the NSA. For obvious reasons, Yahoo is not …
Yahoo(s yhoo) video chat users will be disturbed to learn that the British signals intelligence agency GCHQ may have collected and stored images from their webcams ... make people more concerned about their webcam use. At the …
The surveillance agency GCHQ used a hacking program codenamed Optic Nerve to view British citizens in their homes as they used the Yahoo! webcam chat system ... Up to 11 per cent of the images contained what agents called …
A British spy agency collected millions of still images while eavesdropping on Yahoo webcam chats by citizens of the U.K ... data searches on people likely to be in the U.K. at the time. In sorting through the massive amount of …
Furthermore, the GCHQ did not need Yahoo's cooperation to execute its webcam spying project. The method the GCHQ reportedly used was to tap directly into fiber optic cables passing through the UK to collect one image of a Yahoo
Internet giant Yahoo has branded claims that UK spy agency GCHQ intercepted and stored webcam images of millions of users as a "whole new level of violation". In its latest report on files leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden, the …
A British intelligence agency collected video webcam images — many of them sexually explicit — from millions of Yahoo users, regardless of whether they were suspected of illegal activity, according to accounts of documents leaked …
LONDON — Britain’s signals intelligence division is stealing screenshots from hundreds of thousands of innocent Yahoo users ... to eventually “collect images at a faster rate,” or perhaps even download all the webcam videos in their entirety.
News that government intelligence agency GCHQ has been intercepting and storing webcam images from 1.8 million users of Yahoo’s chat service under the codename Optic Nerve is a reminder of how close we are to living in a …
Britain’s spy agency collected webcam images – including sexually explicit material – from millions of innocent internet users. Agents at GCHQ intercepted streamed webcam chats from Yahoo users and stored their images using a …