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The FBI advises to stick with a video camera on their laptops
The Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) James Komi encourages all Internet users to stick video cameras on their laptops. He believes that this is the first step that people can do to "take responsibility for their own safety and that of your family members."
It is obvious that Komi doesn"t want to become a victim of spyware. In response to a question during a conference at the Center for Strategic and International Studies the Director of the FBI said that the closure video cameras as on the laptop, and separately in other government agencies is mandatory.
"This is not madness, that the Director of the FBI was also concerned about personal safety," he added. "If you go into a government office, we all have little cameras, they are closed by special plugs. This is done to ensure that people are versed in IT technologies could not for users looking. I think this is something a good beginning“.
The fact that the FBI Director advises close up pics of the camera, maybe I will surprise someone, but more surprising was the photo of the Facebook office from which it is clear that the camera on the laptop also than sealed. Thousands of people become victims of hackers as a result of online hacking Webcams. Apparently, James Comey did not immediately come to the conclusion that the safest preventative measure is to limit the visible space of the camera, but it really works, and quite successfully. Sealed with adhesive tape camera on my laptop and have 100% guarantee that even with the hacking of your computer in the network leaked video report about your work at the computer.