In questions during a conference at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Comey revealed that cam-covering is commonplace at the FBI and other government offices."It's not crazy that the FBI director cares about personal security as well," he added.What's more surprising is that it's taken this long for officials and the press to raise the alarm.

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BBC's story was sparked by a case involving a Miss Teen USA contestant.

A year before Cassidy Wolf won the 2013 crown, a guy in her high school used a program to hack into the webcam on her computer and take photos of her.

" He replied: "I am the boss."Mr Faux said Mr Dingle's electronic diary showed he "took time away from school to entertain women during the school day." The disciplinary panel found Mr Dingle breached confidentiality by providing details of a "sensitive and confidential matter" to a woman known only as Mrs G.

Both these actions amounted to unacceptable professional conduct.

FBI director James Comey recently recommended that we all cover our webcams with tape for security reasons.

Comey believes that doing so is a simple step for people to "take responsibility for their own safety and security." Apparently Comey doesn't want to be spied on.

The hearing in Birmingham was told that the school found logs of 43 "inappropriate" conversations involving Mr Dingle using MSN Messenger, an instant message service which allows users to communicate over the internet.

Andrew Faux, for the teaching council, said that during one online conversation, a woman calling herself Minxy Mylovely asked Mr Dingle: "Does your boss know you talk to strange and captivating girls?

An allegation that the head spent time away from work without good reason was not proven, while claims that Mr Dingle submitted false expenses and gave false information as to his whereabouts while absent from school were dropped.

Mr Dingle, the son of a Cambridge don, became headmaster of the Royal Grammar School in 1999 and rose to national prominence in 2002 when the school topped national GCSE tables.

Yesterday Mr Dingle was banned from teaching for two years after being found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct by the General Teaching Council for England.