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But if an agent knew the username of one of their surveillance targets, they'd also be able to access "webcam images associated with similar Yahoo identifiers." As it turns out, British spies had a bit of trouble dealing with all the people who use ...
The Wire · 2/27/2014
Yahoo video chat users will be disturbed to learn that the British signals intelligence agency GCHQ may have collected and stored images from their webcams. Yes, including the sexy stuff. On Thursday, in the latest revelation to stem from the cache of NSA ...
GigaOM · ByDavid Meyer · 2/27/2014
"The best images are ones where the person is facing ... has what the documents describe as a protocol class for webcam information. In its statement to the Guardian, Yahoo strongly condemned the Optic Nerve program, and said it had no awareness of or ...
The Guardian · 3/1/2014
The program, code-named Optic Nerve, includes still images from Yahoo webcam chats from 2008 to 2010. In a one-month period in 2008, images from more than 1.8 million Yahoo user accounts, regardless of whether individuals were suspects or not, were …
The Christian Science Monitor · BySara Miller · 2/28/2014
According to a new set of documents from the Snowden stash, files belonging to the GCHQ dating between 2008 and 2010 state that a surveillance program dubbed “Optic Nerve” was used to collect still images of Yahoo webcam chats in bulk. The files …
Softpedia News · 2/27/2014
SAN FRANCISCO — A British intelligence agency collected 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 by …
The Boston Globe · 2/28/2014
The Edward Snowden leaks just keep on coming, and the latest one is a doozy: Between 2008 and 2012, Great Britain’s NSA equivalent, GCHQ, secretly collected millions of images from private Yahoo webcam chats, including “substantial quantities of ...
bustle.com · 2/28/2014
Britain's surveillance agency is said to have captured images from millions of Yahoo users' webcams as part of a broad program running from 2008 through at least 2012. According to the Guardian, the GCHQ was able to intercept webcam images from more …
The Verge · 2/28/2014
Yahoo said the reported capture of millions of images from its webcam users by GCHQ was a 'whole new level of violation' Getty Creative British agents spied on millions of people through their webcams using a program likened to the surveillance system in ...
The Independent · 2/27/2014
BRITISH intelligence agents, assisted by their American counterparts, intercepted millions of private webcam conversations between people not suspected of any crime. The latest revelations from documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward …
The Week · 2/28/2014