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A BBC investigation later unearthed messages that were sent to Perry saying, “I will make you suffer,” and, “Commit suicide now.” Authorities believe that the con artists who targeted the students in Colorado are also from the Philippines.

That sweet little Mac or rock-solid processing powerhouse PC might be a conduit to a virtual (in all senses of the word) Pandora’s box of everything we dread – embarrassment, fear, manipulation, and ultimately, impoverishment. However, in the case of internet “sexploitation”, as it is now known, human ingenuity shows its other side. Those who take advantage of the most personal vulnerabilities of others can be either male or female.

Documents are sent, accusing the humiliated man of “stripping in front of minors.” Many victims pay and, of course, each payment is followed by another demand.

Police in France, where it is believed that several traps occur daily, encourage victims to refuse blackmailers and report the incidents immediately.

Easily perpetrated by predators posing as Facebook friends and sending their victims files to download, or by brute hacking into IP addresses, this access gives the hacker complete access to his or her victim.

We all know that computer hackers steal identities and steal money directly from individuals and companies respectively.

A Manhattan man’s cyber-sex session on Skype ended in an online blackmail plot by a woman to whom he exposed himself on camera, police sources told The Post. While he struck several scandalous poses, he never realized the woman was recording every embarrassing thing he was doing.

The 22-year-old victim, from Morningside Heights, put himself in a “comprising position,” as he videochatted with the stranger at around 2 p.m. After the session ended, he thought everything was fine.

Social-media extortion cases have been cropping up across the world in recent years as more and more people continue to use video messaging apps or Web sites such as We Chat, Facebook, Skype or Kijiji.

Authorities say that once a conversation becomes sexual in nature, the mark — who is usually a man — ends up getting suckered into engaging in embarrassing acts.

We all know that computer hackers steal identities and steal money directly from individuals and companies respectively.

A Manhattan man’s cyber-sex session on Skype ended in an online blackmail plot by a woman to whom he exposed himself on camera, police sources told The Post. While he struck several scandalous poses, he never realized the woman was recording every embarrassing thing he was doing.

The 22-year-old victim, from Morningside Heights, put himself in a “comprising position,” as he videochatted with the stranger at around 2 p.m. After the session ended, he thought everything was fine.

Social-media extortion cases have been cropping up across the world in recent years as more and more people continue to use video messaging apps or Web sites such as We Chat, Facebook, Skype or Kijiji.

Authorities say that once a conversation becomes sexual in nature, the mark — who is usually a man — ends up getting suckered into engaging in embarrassing acts.

The webcam is a cherished tool of digital extortionists.