Two men have been found guilty in the Australian Defence Force Academy Skype case.
An ACT Supreme Court jury took just over three hours to find Dylan Deblaquiere, 20, and Daniel McDonald, 21, guilty of using a carriage service in an offensive manner.
McDonald was also found to have committed an act of indecency on the woman.
There were sighs of relief from the victim's supporters as the verdict was delivered.
During the trial, the men admitted McDonald had consensual sex with the female ADFA cadet as his six friends watched through a webcam in Deblaquiere’s room in March 2011.
But the defence argued the woman agreed to have the sex broadcast.
Jurors heard McDonald had entered a ‘‘friends with benefits’’ arrangement with the woman on the day of the incident.
The woman agreed on the condition that the casual sexual relationship was kept secret.
McDonald then told his co-offender and the pair contrived to stream the encounter, via Skype, to Deblaquiere.
The pair had sex about midnight on the night of March 29, and the woman returned to her room.
She logged onto her computer to discover a Facebook message accidentally sent to her by McDonald, which read: ‘‘About to root a girl n [sic] have a webcam set up to the boys in another room.’’
The female cadet wrote back, saying, ‘‘Please tell me that wasn’t on webcam.’’
She said McDonald called her and told her it was not.
But McDonald claimed he told the woman about the webcam and she agreed to the broadcast as they went to his room for sex.
He told investigators she saw his laptop was recording upon entering the room and smiled and waved at the camera before she left after the sex.
Justice John Nield on Wednesday thanked jurors for their service before sending them home.
The pair were granted bail on the condition they do not contact or approach the woman.
They will be sentenced in October.