Mark Zuckerberg covers up his laptop’s camera with a little piece of tape.
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“I’ve got some experience handling hotel-casino cases,” Boutwell’s lawyer, Richard Johnson, said.
“This was certainly a new set of facts.” Caesars Entertainment declined to comment on the lawsuit, citing pending litigation.
“You Should Consider It, Too,” read a headline on calling Zuckerberg’s move a “basic and cheap security safeguard.”The tape trick keeps hackers from secretly recording you through your laptop’s webcam.
It essentially functions as an off button for the camera, physically preventing it from recording until you take off the tape to make a video call.
The report focused on 10 that are considered strip clubs but did not link complaints to individual clubs.