A Palm Coast, Florida couple accused of sexually abusing children on their Skype calls with each other appeared in court on Wednesday for a hearing.Paul Dykes Jr., 20, and Erin Vickers, 22, are facing a combined 78 charges related to the alleged abuse.According to the 27-year-old researcher, the software has a built-in surveillance blacklist that scans messages sent between users for specific words and phrases.
They steadily increase pressure on you to participate, which they record and later threaten to distribute online.
The software scans for references to drugs like ecstasy, methamphetamine, and ketamine—while bizarre terms that translate into English as “ancient horse recipe” and “throwing eggs" could also land users on a watch list.
I have no idea what those expressions mean, but they could be code words along the lines of the infamous “grass mud horse”.
It can provide a fantasy of starring in your own “special” flick without all the life-altering decisions and career changes.
It can also provide short-term solutions to long-distance relationships.
There is one thing that binds the phrases “kinky cinema,” “hired killer,” and “throwing eggs.” If you type any one of them into a special eavesdropping-enabled version of Skype used in China, you could find yourself under surveillance.