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) may have peered into the lives of millions of Internet users who were not suspected of wrongdoing.
The surveillance program codenamed “Optic Nerve” compiled still images of Yahoo webcam chats in bulk and stored them in the GCHQ’s databases with help from the .
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A surveillance program codenamed “Optic Nerve” compiled still images of Yahoo webcam chats in bulk and stored them in GCHQ’s databases with help from the .
The program was reportedly used for experiments in “automated facial recognition” as well as to monitor terrorism suspects.
There are other programs which discuss sort of turning on the webcam for targets, but however you feel about that, at least that’s just people they suspect. I mean, I think we have to say, if Yahoo had been more secure at the time, if they’d have encrypted people’s chats, if they’d have had that level of concern about people’s privacy, they could have prevented this. And you can see from their statement they are not happy about this. They declined, but did send us a statement saying, quote, “We were not aware of nor would we condone this reported activity.
A more accurate name for the “Optic Nerve” program may have been “Peeping Tom,” because it ended up collecting a large number of sexually explicit images.
According to the documents, between 3 and 11 percent of the Yahoo webcam images contained what the called “undesirable nudity.” Yahoo responded to the news by denying any prior knowledge of the program, saying the spy agencies had, quote, “reached a whole new level of violation of our users’ privacy.” The documents also reveal the surveillance agencies discussed intercepting other types of cameras, such as the ones found on Xbox 360 game consoles.
And, you know, people were saying at the time they should do it. This report, if true, represents a whole new level of violation of our users’ privacy that is completely unacceptable and we strongly call on the world’s governments to reform surveillance law consistent with the principles we outlined in December.
We are committed to preserving our users’ trust and security and continue our efforts to expand encryption across all of our services.” That’s what they said.