You do that so people who do not have authority don't look at you.
I think that's a good thing."That the FBI's director covers his cams may be a surprise to some, just as it was when people spotted Mark Zuckerberg's webcam tape-over in a photo of his Facebook desk this spring.
Because up to 25 different webcams can be shared during a session, your screen may start to look busy.Here are some ways to manage webcam views to free up some screen space and help you focus on the presentation."It's not crazy that the FBI director cares about personal security as well," he added."If you go into any government office, we all have our little camera things that sit on top of the screen, they all have a little lid that closes down on them.When multiple attendees are sharing their webcams, if desired you can choose to see only the Presenter's webcam or the webcam of the person currently speaking.
When you "undock" webcams, the webcams will split off into a separate Viewer window, which is helpful for those using a multi-monitor setup.Harriton High School student Blake Robbins filed a civil suit, and the FBI launched an investigation when he found out school employees had photographed him 400 times over a two-week period -- sometimes when he was partially undressed or sleeping.School officials said they had a tracking system for finding lost or stolen laptops but admitted that the software program took images every 15 minutes without telling the user.It turns out that she was one of 12 girls he had taken photos of and threatened for cash. The software is typically put on a computer when the victim clicks a link, often through an email, and the computer becomes infected with a program that hides while letting the computer's camera be controlled remotely.Known as phishing, it's the most common form of online hack attack.I mean, they're just a few years behind, but hey, it's nice to know they care.