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The images were collected in a searchable database, and used for experiments in facial recognition, to monitor known targets, and to discover new targets. for surveillance was taken because "Yahoo webcam is known to be used by GCHQ targets".
According to the documents, 3 to 11 percent of all of these images intercepted contained nudity.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."You can read the report -- by Spencer Ackerman and James Ball -- in full on This is troubling in light of recent NSA and GCHQ leaks, which revealed that analysts face limited oversight which allows them to spy on their exes and loved ones, as well as the revelation that they have used people’s pornography habits to “discredit them.” This is a truly shocking revelation that underscores the importance of the debate on privacy now taking place and the reforms being considered.In a world in which there is no technological barrier to pervasive surveillance, the scope of the government’s surveillance activities must be decided by the public, not secretive spy agencies interpreting secret legal authorities.WARNING: Clients may not resemble Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
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Webcam information was fed into NSA’s XKeyscore search tool, and NSA research was used to build the tool which identified Yahoo’s webcam traffic…
It is not fully clear from the documents how much access the NSA has to the Yahoo webcam trove itself.
New classified documents leaked by Edward Snowden and published by The Guardian reveal that the UK”s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) with help from the National Security Agency (NSA), have been collecting million of images from private Yahoo webcam chats. The program, called Optic Nerve, collects webcam images from users who are associated with or who have similar usernames to the desired surveillance target.
According to The Guardian report, more than 1.8 million Yahoo users had images harvested from their webcam communications in a single six-month period in 2008.
Somewhat naively, GCHQ was surprised by the level of nudity found in webcam footage.