Recently, there have been plenty of rumors and speculation surrounding MacBook, iPhone, and other computer cameras: more specifically, if they can be remotely hacked and viewed from a different location.
While some people (like Mister Mark Zuckerberg) have taken to adding a tiny little piece of tape over their computer cameras, others are left asking one question: can someone actually hack my camera?!
While some people say they don't actually mind if their tech is being hacked:
Others say that camera hacking is totally possible for reals...
What do you think? Can a camera be hacked remotely? Does it bother you at all? Join the discussion in the iMore forums and let us know your opinion and how you protect yourself against sneaky hackers that are looking to get into your iPhone's Camera app!
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