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Some 57 per cent of adults have had sex within sight of a camera-enabled device, according to a survey, while 44 per cent have taken one into the toilet or the bath and 37 per cent have got undressed in the presence of one.Jimmie Mesis, a debugging expert, specializes in finding hidden cameras.In the past, peeping Toms used holes in walls to spy on motel guests but now tiny cameras can be disguised in just about anything.“People are bugging the hell out of each other and people don't even realize it,” he told Inside Edition.Also, the fact that the Yahoo software allows more than one person to view a webcam stream without necessarily sending a reciprocal stream means that it appears sometimes to be used for broadcasting pornography." Between three and 11 per cent of images intercepted by the security agency was thought to be pornographic, according to internal documents.It appears that documents intended for analysts reminded them that “dissemination of offensive material is a disciplinary offence” at GCHQ.