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THIS is the chilling moment a woman realised her web camera was spying on her when it turned to look at her and said "bonjour madame".
Several warnings have been issued over internet-connected cameras that can be remotely hacked by pervs and used to spy on people.
"I moved to the left and right, and the camera came with me". ” Hundreds of thousands of unsecured personal cameras are available to watch online, in real-time thanks to sick websites that allow voyeurs to snoop on the general public.The shooting was called “tragic” by Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, who held a news conference about it at City Hall late Sunday afternoon, appearing with assistant Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo and Linea Palmisano, who represents the 13th Ward on the City Council.RELATED: What we know about Justine Damond “I am heartsick and deeply disturbed by the fatal officer-involved shooting that happened last night,” Hodges said. I call on the BCA to share as much information with all of us as quickly as they can.Hamer whipped out her smartphone to film, and the chilling clip she recorded appears to show a mumbled voice having a conversation with terrified Hamer as she screams "get out of my house". The websites allow pervy peepers to peer through thousands of cameras placed in British car parks, offices and communal corridors as well as bedrooms and waiting rooms around the world.It continues to swivel, before uttering "suck my d***". The problem is so widespread even Mark Zuckerberg and Pope Francis have placed stickers over their smartphone cameras to stop someone watching them.