There are creepy people who post pictures of female slaves.
I'm not really into that.'He added: 'Yeah, it is illegal. It's just a bit of a laugh.' Matthew Anderson, 36, was jailed for 18 months after he was found guilty of infecting more than 200,000 computers with a virus that allowed their webcams to be hacked.
Tony Neate, of the Government's Get Safe Online campaign, said: 'As more cases of “ratting” come to light, there is a serious need to educate the public about the methods hackers use to access the private lives of innocent people.'The Association of Chief Police Officers said: 'Police have come across webcam hacking through cyber investigations.
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This is usually done by sending an email requesting the user to click the link to see a picture or listen to a song.
Teenagers have been targeted through internet links advertising diet tips or celebrity stories.
He said: 'I wasn't really looking for anything, just their reactions.I'd open random sites [while the person sat at their computer] – shock sites – they'd see a scary picture or someone screaming, and you'd see they were scared.The UN Web TV Channel is available 24 hours a day with selected live programming of United Nations meetings and events as well as with pre-recorded video features and documentaries on various global issues.'It was terrifying to think people had been looking at me without me knowing.I wondered how often they had done it without me realising.The thought someone had access to me in this private moment is horrifying.' A BBC Radio 5 Live investigation found the illegal practice is now so prevalent there is even a profitable underground market selling the ability to watch victims, who are dubbed 'slaves', for a few pounds.