I have a late 2009 MBP and I would like to disable the webcam. I asked this on another forum but the users weren't too well-versed with Macs so they re-directed me to this forum. They said something about the driver for the webcam but also said it might not help. Here is the issue: Somehow I think I was hacked and some videos of myself (along with sound) doing private activities (sleeping, changing, studying, etc.) were shared with certain individuals. Obviously I reported this to the authorities but they seem to be doing nothing about it. I never use the webcam on the MBP, but now I put a piece of duct tape over it. However, this looks very unpleasing and was trying to figure out a cleaner solution but was wondering first if I could disable the webcam entirely first. I've never used it to take pictures/record videos/webcam chat at all so I don't really need it. The other forum I asked on said that if a hacker was skilled enough to remotely enable my webcam/microphone, they could probably re-install the driver as well. They told me to ask on here where people are more familiar with Macs, so here I am. Any suggestions?