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Even at one screenshot every five minutes, material published to the Guardian’s website appeared to show U. It went on to say that an informal study had found that between 3 and 11 percent of all the images carried “undesirable nudity.” The Guardian said that OPTIC NERVE was intended at least in part to identify targets using automatic facial recognition software as they stared into their computer’s webcams.But the stockpiling of sexually explicit images of ordinary people had uncomfortable echoes of George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty-Four,” where the authorities – operating under the aegis of “Big Brother” – fit homes with cameras to monitor the intimate details of people’s personal lives.It’s not clear how many Yahoo users were spied on in this way.The Guardian said that in one six-month period in 2008, GCHQ intercepted the video communications of 1.8 million users, but it’s possible that the program, which the Guardian says was still active in 2012, has either grown or shrunk in scope since then.If the program expanded, millions more could have had their video communications intercepted.Yahoo Messenger had 75 million users worldwide in late 2011, according to an estimate by digital analytics company com Score, although numbers have fallen steadily since then.