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An ADT employee accessed home security cameras over 9000 times in homes of attractive women to spy on them while they undressed, slept, or had sex

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DoctorAjayKumar
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Why this is relevant:

Permanently trusted parties will always become corrupt. Any system that has a permanently trusted party therefore will become corrupt. This is why centralized systems always become corrupt.

You get the same behavior if you have a cycle in a network of trust. This is why "web of trust" systems are just as bad as centralized systems.

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Larry Sanger
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Well, of course he did.

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Larry Sanger
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If you've got security cameras, you're a fool if you don't keep the files in a NAS you exclusively control.

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Miguel
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@admin The point is you need a lot of expertise and time to create your own security ring. But things are moving fast, so I expect it will be easy soon. Home Assistant is a good solution, but there is not a bundle for tech-rookies.  People need an in-home, easy to deploy, cheap and open source solution.

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