Title:

Should you be scared of your laptop’s webcam?

News:

Pretty much every laptop – and for that matter, tablet and smartphone – has at least one camera fitted that's pointing at how all the time. But how worried should we be about eyes on us? Can the nefariously-minded switch them on to spy on us? (...)


Source: zdnet.com

Date: 2019-02-10

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