Right now, your boss, your spouse or the government could secretly be reading all your typed words — even the ones you deleted — while surreptitiously snapping your picture.
Sound alarming? The man who makes it possible is the first to agree.
“It’s horrifying!” says Richard Eaton, who develops, markets and even answers the technical help line for WinWhatWhere software.
“I’m Mr. Guard-My-Privacy, so it’s kind of ironic,” says Eaton, a lanky 48-year-old with a diamond stud earring. “Every time I add a feature into it, usually it’s something that I’ve fought for a long time.”