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We’ve already talked a lot about Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, but what about IFTTT and Stringify?Well, IFTTT is a free service that allows apps and devices from different companies to work with each other. With IFTTT, you can create dozens of home automations, like having your camera record when one of your entry sensors goes off, for example Stringify is another automation service that could help connect all of your smart home devices. With all of these options at hand, Arlo makes it super easy to create a connected and convenient home. Not only will you be able to command the camera with your voice, but you can also link your camera up with other smart home devices to create some convenient home automations. For example, you could set your smart light bulbs to go off whenever your camera is armed, and you can have them turn back on the moment your camera is disarmed. The possibilities are endless, which is why integrations with either Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant is a Security Baron Necessary Feature.

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It was one of those pictures which are so contrived that the eyes follow you about when you move. BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU, the caption read” 3. Thus, the concept of constant surveillance is presented at the very beginning the book. According to the American Civil Liberties Organization, ACLU, the government in this country is an increasing threat to peoples’ privacy from growing surveillance technological advantage which is said by them to be justified in order to ensure national security. Governmental agencies such as the National Security Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Homeland Security, and state and local law enforcement agencies are known to intrude upon the private telecommunications of innocent inhabitants, collect a huge amount of data regarding who people call, and create data bases of what they consider suspicious activities, based on the unclear criteria. The ACLU goes on to say that while the collection of this private information by the government is in itself an unacceptable invasion of privacy, how they use the information is even more problematic to the point of abuse.

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