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05 May

This time, details about alleged nude images collected by the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) of Britain have surfaced and have created another tidal wave of privacy concerns.Between 20, the NSA aided GCHQ in a program called Optic Nerve.According to the report, the British spy agency, GCHQ, uses a hacking program called Optical Nerve to spy on British citizens in their homes while they were having private moments via Yahoo's webcam chat service.Apparently, several of the victims illegally spied on were in the nude, which should be seen as a shocking revelation of how far governments are willing to go in order to catch their man.Once it was flagging faces as faces, well, all that porn could be safely squirreled away for posterity.Their logic for doing so is hard to argue with, too. Agents were given very strict rules governing access to these images, so it’s not like they sat around forwarding them to each others’ self-destructing smartphones using Snapchat.

However, GCHQ does not have a way to filter the collected data, whether they are feeds from British or Americans so the latter population was not exempted.The surveillance program snooped at Yahoo webcam chats using a shotgun approach and stored them in the databases of the agency.With storage concerns and an attempt to comply with existing laws, the agency opted to record an image per five minutes of a webcam feed instead of capturing whole video chats.The Guardian reports that over 1.8 million Yahoo users were targeted in a six month period and that the Optical Nerve hacking program collected images and chat logs in bulk, even from users who are not on the GCHQ radar.A large quantity of the captured images includes sexually explicit content, says the Guardian. it would appear that a surprising number of people use webcam conversations to show intimate parts of their body to the other person," according to a GCHQ document.