A 30-year-old man from London has been convicted for installing spying software on the computers of three women in order to watch them remotely.
Andrew Meldrum was this week found guilty of three counts of unauthorized access to computer material and two counts of voyeurism.
He will be sentenced on Monday, April 14.
One of the victims, aged 21, contacted police in November 2012 after she found software on her computer that allowed for her webcam to be accessed remotely. She suspected it had been placed there by Meldrum since he had recently helped her with some computer trouble.