Fate of webcam spies show courts take hacking seriously when nudity and showers are involved

.mil and .gov sites get hacked regularly, but courts crack down on domestic cyber-spies

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"It goes to the core fears a lot of people have," according to an ABCNews.com story quoting Sgt. Andrew Goodrich of the Fullerton Police Department. "It's every fear that you're really not alone, that someone is watching your private moments."

Doesn't that make you feel better that Anonymous and WikiLeaks like to steal information from secretive government agencies and giant, faceless corporations you wouldn't want nude photos of even if you could get them rather than taking more interest in individual computer users?

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Source: Fullerton Police Dept. booking photo, Trevor Harwell

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