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According to the documents, the British spy agency GCHQ snooped on “unselected” Yahoo users—that is, people who were spied on at random regardless of whether or not they were suspected of any wrongdoing—during webcam chats and took millions of still shots at five-minute intervals.
T he GCHQ does not have the technical capability to ensure that no images of British or American citizens were included in the bulk collection, the In sorting through the massive amount of information it collected starting in 2008, when Optic Nerve first launched as a prototype program, U. spies were met with an explicit challenge: pornography"Unfortunately, it would appear that a surprising number of people use webcam conversations to show intimate parts of their body to the other person," one document leaked by Snowden says.
"Also, the fact that the Yahoo software allows more than one person to view a webcam stream without necessarily sending a reciprocal stream means that it appears sometimes to be used for broadcasting pornography."The GCHQ estimated that between 3 percent and 11 percent of the images it vacuumed up were of an explicit nature, and it wrangled with the challenge of how to protect analysts' eyes from an onslaught of pornographic images.
When informed of “Optic Nerve” by reporters, Yahoo disavowed any knowledge of the program and expressed outrage at the intrusion.“We were not aware of, nor would we condone, this reported activity," a Yahoo spokesperson said.
"This report, if true, represents a whole new level of violation of our users' privacy that is completely unacceptable.
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It's the revelation in GCHQ documents that their analysts had to be warned to use caution when they were looking at the intercepts because up to 11 percent of them contained what it called "undesirable nudity." Yahoo, which said it knew nothing about the program, said it amounted to "a whole new level of violation of our users' privacy." The Guardian reports the program is code-named OPTIC NERVE, and it served partly to experiment with face-recognition technology.
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This sort of special intelligence cooperation is a regular occurrence under the "Five Eyes" program. Obviously, when used correctly and legally, this is an important counter-terrorism tool. government still has, new legislation notwithstanding, is how to assure the proper handling of extremely personal information that is completely unrelated to any counter terrorism or criminal activity.