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Intelligence agencies have been turning computers into listening devices for at least a decade, as evidenced by the Flame spy tool uncovered by Kaspersky Lab in 2012, which had the ability to surreptitiously turn on webcams and microphones and perform a host of other espionage operations.Researchers believe Flame has been around since 2007.He added: “When people are suffering from misery, whether it’s depression or some other form of mental health problem, one of the things they tend to do is avoid contact with other people.“When we use a keyboard or a webcam we are distancing ourselves from those immediate intimate connections of therapy and offering a barrier.” Sarah Bateup, clinical director at Ieso Digital Health, said she is used to hearing the criticism that text therapy is counter-intuitive, but thinks patients and therapists can still develop a therapeutic relationship.According to , the NSA uses a plug-in called GUMFISH to take over cameras on infected machines and snap photos.Another NSA plug-in called CAPTIVATEDAUDIENCE hijacks the microphone on targeted computers to record conversations.But it's not just the NSA who can hijack your webcam and mic.Cybercriminals, sextortionists, law enforcement, and even school districts have all been doing this kind of spying for a number of years.
The Government plans to give six mental health trusts £10m each to develop digital technology in mental health services.
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There will also be £3m spent on piloting digital Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) apps that are largely driving the increase in remote therapy.
One of the platforms being used by an increasing number of mental health providers is Ieso, through which patients talk to a therapist over an instant messenger system.