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HOUSTON – A Texas mother called it her “worst nightmare” – a hacked webcam in her daughters’ bedroom streaming everything live online.

A mother of three, including the two 8-year-old girls who share the bedroom, asked to be identified only by her first name, Jennifer.

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Jennifer said she believes her daughters’ bedroom had been streaming since at least late July, and had 571 likes – meaning that at least that many people had been watching the feed.

Security experts said that the hackers likely found the family’s IP address by accessing her daughter’s i Pad through a video game the girls were playing, Jennifer said.

The project carried out a bulk surveillance program, under which they nabbed webcam images every five minutes from random Yahoo users' video chats and stored them in a database.

All of this raises the question: Why don’t we just cover our webcams whenever they aren’t in use?

Is this the digital equivalent of leaving the front door unlocked, or forgetting to check the deadbolt at night?

But it isn’t just governments who are co-opting webcams to do their surveillance work.

In 2010, high school administrators in Pennsylvania took more than 30,000 webcam images of students using remote access tools installed on school-issued laptops.

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