Mark Zuckerberg tapes over his webcam. Should you? MySpyBlocker Lense Stickers $9.99

Posted on Jan 24, 2019

EZ Diet Analysis:  I just discovered a handy cheap way to shutter my cell phone and laptop cameras with a sticker that doesn’t leave a sticky residue all over the lense. I’ve been using them for a couple weeks. They go on and off easily. Each pack has over 50 stickers. They seem to go on and off without having to be replaced often. This is much better than the mess that electrical tape leaves all over the camera lense. They’re shiny like the black cell phone screen and laptop black plastic so they blend better than electrical tape. All your sleepy, uninformed, indoctrinated, media-mind-controlled friends won’t notice.

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Does covering his laptop camera and microphone with tape make Facebook’s boss paranoid, or are they really after him? Probably a bit of both

( Don’t worry, Mark Zuckerberg: Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you. And as the richest millennial in the world, you can probably be confident that someone, somewhere, is after you.

Which is why it makes perfect sense that you’ve joined the growing number of people doing a little DIY hardware hacking, and disabling their computer’s webcam and microphone. Even if a sneaky hacker does manage to penetrate your security, they’re not going to be seeing you in your tighty whities.

Yes folks, Zuckerberg tapes over his webcam. The billionaire made the (accidental?) revelation in a Facebook post intended to promote Instagram reaching its latest milestone of half a billion monthly active users.

In the picture Zuckerberg posted, of himself framed by a cardboard Instagram UI (cute), his laptop is visible in the background. And as Christopher Olson pointed out, that laptop has some weird accoutrements:

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