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Computer expert Jim Stickley of Trace Security showed us how easy it is.

Prosecutors say he was spying on more than 200 women through their webcams, even blackmailing some of them. Rossen Reports: TV and furniture tipovers threaten kids "People who are victims generally have no idea that they are victims," Stickley said. With dad Robert's permission, we had our expert hack into their computer. He sent them an innocent-looking e-card with a virus.

They had no idea we were spying on them through their computer webcam. Then we let their mom in on the secret: "We actually recorded your family dinner, no one was in your house except you guys." "It's really creepy," Corinne said.

"It's absolutely creepy...girls are in their bedroom all the time.

[pullquote] The secret documents show that sexually explicit material was an issue the spy agencies wrangled with; they estimate that between 3 percent and 11 percent of Yahoo webcam images contained “undesirable nudity.” "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 states, according to the Guardian.

Authorities say criminals are now able to hack in and watch your every move -- without you ever knowing it. Now they can access your webcam remotely, watching your most intimate moments from the kitchen to the privacy of your own bedroom. "It took about three minutes" to hack into their system, Stickley told us. "Suddenly you're all over the Internet," Stickley said.

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