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were deployed in mid-April 2015 by the University of Washington and images are available from the North Pole Environmental Observatory website for Web Cams 1 and 2.

The last clear image was received from Web Cam 1 on September 28, 2015, and from Web Cam 2 on September 16, 2015.

From his Brisbane home, 42-year-old Kyle Dawson would pay a woman in the Philippines named Joann for live sex shows over webcam.

However, it was not enough for Dawson, who convinced Joann to involve children in the webcam shows."That was what we call the grooming method, whereby through his conversations he then encouraged them to bring children into the child exploitation shows and those shows were then broadcast," Anthony Maguire, a Manila-based agent for the AFP, said.

In the first episode of the second season of Showtime’s docu-series “Dark Net,” the narrator asserts, “In the future technology won’t just complement reality, it will create a new one.”While the first season of the series looked at what is known as the Dark Web and its shady activities — such as biohacking, cyber-kidnapping, digital warfare and the webcam sex trade — this season seems to be getting out into the world to examine how technology is bending our perceptions.

In the opening episode called “My Mind,” we meet a military vet with post-traumatic stress disorder.