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Using the exploit DROPOUTJEEP, the NSA could allegedly gain remote access to iPhone cameras. / Triloks, Getty Images/iStockphoto

According to alleged NSA documents, your smartphone camera could be turned on without your knowledge.

In his recent television interview with NBC's Brian Williams, former NSA analyst Edward Snowden outlined the kind of spying techniques government agencies are capable of.

One segment was particularly troubling.

In it, Snowden described how a hacker could potentially hijack the camera in Williams' pre-paid smartphone and use it to capture photos, video and audio without his knowledge.

But is something like that really possible? Can someone really activate your camera without your consent? Several recent revelations seem to suggest that the answer is yes.

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