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Posted by / 09-Oct-2017 23:46

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Rigo was arrested along with approximately 80 other individuals back in November of 2014 as part of an international law enforcement effort that targeted users of Blackshades.

After his arrest, the investigators found a series of images stored on Rigo’s confiscated computer of people engaged in sexual activity over Skype or in front of their computers.

The victim mentioned the issue to another woman, who was then 23, and she checked her computer -- which had also been meddled with by Meldrum -- and found the same software.

Andrew Meldrum was this week found guilty of three counts of unauthorised access to computer material and two counts of voyeurism. One of the victims, aged 21, contacted police in November 2012 after she found software on her computer that allowed for her webcam to be accessed remotely.

She suspected it had been placed there by Meldrum since he had recently helped her with some computer trouble.

Additionally, he will have to complete 200 hours unpaid work and turn in all of his computer equipment.

Speaking for the NCA, senior investigating officer Angela Mc Kenna said: Users of these tools are continuing to find that despite having no physical contact or interaction with their victims, they can still be identified, tracked down and brought to justice by the NCA and its partners.

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