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Between March 15 and April 18, 2013 there were 1,589 messages exchanged though not all were of a sexual nature.

Kemp was arrested on May 26 last year and claimed he had no recollection of sending the messages but in a second interview on August 20 said he may well have been aroused under the influence of alcohol.

However, he did not stop when told he was talking to a 14-year-old. It's peculiar in its relatively isolated character." Judge Nicholas Cole said: "There was no 14 year old.

References were also produced on Kemp's behalf, including from former students. There was no child victim in the sense one often has in such cases." However, he said it was serious because Kemp had carried on sexual activity when he believed the boy was 14.

He recognised that Kemp was of previous good character and had no previous convictions, awarded the MBE for services to education.

Richard Hull, defending, described it as an isolated incident and said a significant amount of time had elapsed since the offence.The offence took place in March 2013 and came to light when police seized the computer of the 16-year-old, now aged 20, when they were investigating him in relation to an alleged offence.It was as a result of this they discovered the conversations between Kemp and the 16-year-old. Mr Shakoor said: "He replied that he didn't mind because he was 'cute'." Mr Shakoor said because the boy was not a child at the time it made it an 'attempt' rather than the 'full offence'.But when it is used as a political tool to harass or blackmail people, the consequences are different and corrosive. But the NSA and GCHQ aren't the only entities spying on webcams.Marcus Thomas, a former assistant director of the FBI's Operational Technology Division in Quantico, Virginia, tells the Washington Post that the FBI could spy on anyone's webcam without turning on the camera's indicator light.

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