A family claims that a hacker is stalking them through their camera phones, using the microphones in the phones to listen, and the cameras to watch them. They say that even when they turn the phones off, the hacker can turn them back on. This story SOUNDS BOGUS to me because 1) the stalker's voice sounds like a little kid; 2) they could just remove the batteries on their phones for the short-term solution or get new phones or a new carrier for a long-term solution; 3) cameras in phones can't "watch you" unless someone is actively pointing the camera at you; and 4) it's FOX News reporting it. I think the family is being socially engineered, rather than hacked, "punk'd," rather than stalked. Ignorant, poorly researched scare mongering makes good television. And the Symantec expert does his bit, walking that fine line between sounding credible and aiding and abetting fear over the idea of carrying a cell phone unprotected by Symantec products. Here comes the VIDEO!!