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Classified documents reveal that the British security agency has collected webcam images from over 1.8 million Yahoo! users. As part of the program code named "Optic Nerve," the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) tapped web …
Softonic · 2/28/2014
This week saw yet another Snowden-borne revelation about the state of global surveillance, and amid banal warnings about metadata and targeted hacks, it could end up being the most salacious leak so far. The Guardian reports that the UK’s GCHQ spy …
Extreme Tech · 2/28/2014
Yahoo users who used their webcams to communicate with others, including transmissions of a sexual nature, may have had their images captured—and ogled—by British spies. With the help of the National Security Agency (NSA), Britain’s surveillance ...
AllGov · 3/1/2014
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Britain's surveillance agency GCHQ, with aid from the National Security Agency, intercepted and stored the webcam images of millions of internet users not suspected of wrongdoing, secret documents reveal reports the British newspaper The Guardian in an ...
The Daily Star · 2/27/2014
In its latest bombshell revelation based on documents from exiled whistle-blower Edward Snowden, The Guardian reports the British Government Communications Headquarters has collected millions of images from Yahoo’s webcam service, many of them …
US News and World Report · 2/27/2014
Security agency GCHQ intercepted sexually explicit material as it harvested webcam images from millions of internet ... America's National Security Agency (NSA)to collect still images from Yahoo web chats. As much as 11 per cent of the pictures stored ...
London Evening Standard · 2/27/2014
Edward Snowden’s bag of treats, rather repository of damning classified documents, brings another electronic spying scandal to light. Britain’s GCHQ, Her Majesty’s equivalent of the U.S. National Security Agency, has reportedly been involved in ...
Ubergizmo · 2/27/2014
British surveillance agency GCHQ ran Optic Nerve which has webcam images of millions of Yahoo user accounts globally taken between 2008 and 2010. In a six-month period in 2008, the agency took images from over 1.8 million accounts including many …
Investor Place · 3/2/2014
The surveillance program, codenamed Optic Nerve, collected images of Yahoo webcam users dating back from 2008 to 2010, in which included large amounts of sexually explicit images from more than 1.8 million users globally. According to documents …
The Hosting News · 2/27/2014
Britain's surveillance agency intercepted and stored millions of images taken from Yahoo! webcam chats. The story was written by The Guardian's national security editor Spencer Ackerman who joins me now. Welcome to the program. SPENCER …
NPR News · 2/28/2014