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Why You Should—or Shouldn’t—Buy a Home Security Camera

Home surveillance cameras—from Ring, Nest, Arlo and others—are the eyes and ears of many neighborhoods. Around 14% of U.S. households with broadband have installed an internet-connected camera, according to research firm Parks Associates. Their popularity has drawn the attention of law enforcement (not to mention hackers), which raises new issues for people looking to set one up.

From the article, " Why You Should—or Shouldn’t—Buy a Home Security Camera" by Nicole Nguyen. 

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