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A National Crime Agency spokesman said: "The best way to stop yourself from becoming a victim is to be very careful about who you befriend with online, especially if you’re considering sharing anything intimate with them." Here's what the National Crime Agency says victims of sextortion should do.

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Caviezel has spent the past 16 years taking more than 4 million photographs on each of the world's seven continents.

He's done this from the comfort of his home in Zurich, "traveling" the world through open webcams and IP cameras.

These webcam videos are recorded by the criminals who then threaten to share the images with the victims’ friends and family.

This can make the victims feel extremely ashamed and embarrassed.

His series offers a curated glimpse through the 50,000 or so cameras he's bookmarked over the years.

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WATCH: The National Crime Agency with the facts on sextortion The term webcam blackmail is often called sextortion.

On October 22nd through October 25th the Scott County Sex Offender Task Force, along with deputies of the Scott County Sheriff’s Office, members of the Sheriff’s Office Reserves, members of the Sheriff’s Office Senior Volunteers, the Iowa Department of Corrections, the Iowa Department of Criminal...

On October 22nd through October 25 th the Scott County Sex Offender Task Force, along with deputies of the Scott County Sheriff’s Office, members of the Sheriff’s Office Reserves, members of the Sheriff’s Office Senior Volunteers, the Iowa Department of Corrections, the Iowa Department of Criminal...

To the right is O’Kane Hall and its landmark clock tower. View the webcam »Watch as the expansion and renovation of the Hart Center at the Luth Athletic Complex unfolds.

The new complex will provide our student-athletes with facilities consistent with those offered by other Division I athletic programs.