Old scams have a way of seeming new and unexpected when they migrate to a new medium.
In particular, watch out for Stranded in [Foreign Location] scams.
So, there’s not really a virus, but I’m still afraid that Google or my ISP will record it for monitoring and all.
Ultimately, there’s no way to prove that it can’t be (or wasn’t) recorded. And ultimately, if this is something that really concerns you, don’t do that! It’s actually going from your laptop to the other person’s laptop or machine.
It’s powered by Skype, which is probably an excellent thing.
You have probably already decided whether you trust Skype and its technology, so you’re not sailing entirely into the unknown on that score.
Given that megastar internet search engine Google became its own verb a few years ago, we've all come to acknowledge that the wide and ever-expanding engine is becoming more powerful than ever before.
You can take a look at your own house from outer space via Google Earth, you can look at famous paintings - down to the very last grizzly brushstroke - via Google Art Project, and you can look at what's hot and what's not in Spain - or anywhere in the world - with Google Trends.
Others who have allegedly fallen victim to this latest hack include Whitney Port, Dianna Agron, AJ Michalka, Yvonne Strahovski, Suki Waterhouse, Lily Rabe and Marin Ireland, who are all seen topless in photos posted online.Port wears nothing but a pair of lace underwear in the five images of her, which show her bare breasts.Agron is topless in two of the leaked photos online, including one of her that shows the actress from the waist up and was taken in front of a mirror.Yahoo, Adult Friend Finder, Linked In, Tumblr and Daily Motion all have something in common: in 2016, details of massive hacks perpetrated against the companies were disclosed.The firms represent a handful of the companies and public bodies around the world that suffered at the hands of hackers last year.Photos or video of Leonardo Di Caprio's ex Kelly Rohrbach, Carice Van Houten from 'Game of Thrones,' Sam Worthington's wife Lara Bingle, and Audrina Partridge were also reportedly uploaded by the hackers.