A live video stream has captured the attention of thousands carefully inspecting the expectant mother giraffe, April's every move inside the barn at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, N. But not everyone agrees with the live stream, the zoo said. 27, a Facebook post by the park indicating mammary development — the final stage in the giraffe's pregnancy — reached 317,000 people and its accompanying video was viewed 47,000 times.► Related: See the birth of baby giraffe at Des Moines zoo Since then, audiences have been captivated by the park's giraffe cam — more than 30,000 people watched Friday morning on the park's You Tube page. — Excitement surrounding the imminent birth of a baby giraffe grows by the hour.
I'm frightened for them." Rossen Reports: Extreme identity thieves live as you So we took it up a notch, having our expert hack into the webcam in her daughter's upstairs bedroom, where they were waiting with our producer.
Like most 16-year-olds, Renee's world is in her bedroom.
Rossen Reports: New device lets crooks crack many hotel locks "They click the little link in the card and as far as they're concerned, they're going to see little quacking ducks," Stickley explained.
"In reality, I've also loaded a Trojan (horse) on their computer during that time." We told Corinne Siegel and the Siegel daughters, Chloe and Cassidy, that we were doing a general story about online security.
She hangs out here with her friends, and spends hours on her computer.
But Renee isn't just sending e-mails or surfing the web aimlessly.French police say they are being told of incidents every day, with most probably going unreported.One victim, a 28-year-old man, is willing to speak about his experience but wishes to remain anonymous. "After five minutes she sent me a message saying: 'Have a look at this video I've taken of you. Computer expert Jim Stickley of Trace Security showed us how easy it is.Prosecutors say he was spying on more than 200 women through their webcams, even blackmailing some of them. Rossen Reports: TV and furniture tipovers threaten kids "People who are victims generally have no idea that they are victims," Stickley said. With dad Robert's permission, we had our expert hack into their computer. He sent them an innocent-looking e-card with a virus.I asked what that meant and she said she wanted to see my body... French police have received a spate of reports of blackmail attempts fitting a similar description.