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IDG Contributor Network: Videoconferencing leaks get plugged

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    Trade secret leaks through videoconference camera angles are about to become a thing of the past, according to scientists at Duke University.

    The researchers there say they’ve developed a system that will block camera shots that include confidential information, such as whiteboard presentations. The blocking advantage being that one will no longer have to carefully sweep an office backdrop for secrets, or disable the camera even, before placing or receiving videoconference calls—the call can simply be placed.

    Duke’s under-development system also works for smartphone camera shots of receipts, say, for expense accounting.

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