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As to HUNKERED, "Hid out" is a new one on me. You used to hunker down to play marbles. It's a positional thing. Maybe if you were "hiding" in, say, the cabinet under the sink, you might need to hunker down. That's all I have on that. The theme is not that "shocking;" more like the dialog of an originally good movie whitewashed for cable, e.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

And some police chiefs raffle off the devices. Ring would not disclose the number of communities with such partnerships. Sharing video is always voluntary and privacy is protected, according to the company and police. "There is nothing required of homeowners who participate in the subsidies, and their identity and data remain private," spokeswoman Brigid Gorham said. She said customers can control who views their footage, and no personally identifiable information is shared with police without a user's consent. Realistically, though, if police want video for an investigation, they can seek a search warrant. Tech industry analyst Carolina Milanesi said engaging with police and offering incentives is a "very smart move by Ring" and a missed opportunity for competitors, including Google's Nest and smaller companies such as Arlo Technologies and SimpliSafe. But a staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California called the system "an unmitigated disaster" for the privacy of many neighborhoods. Through the subsidy programs, Amazon "gets to offer, at taxpayer dime, discounted products that allow it to really expand its tentacles into wide areas of private life way more than it already has," Mohammad Tajsar said. The Los Angeles suburb of Arcadia has spent $50,000 to offer discounts on 1,000 cameras. Several other communities in the region also participate in subsidy programs, and officials in Los Angeles County just voted last month to get on board.

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4. Wireless security cameras provide 24/7 monitoring and need to be plugged in. Wire Free systems, on the other hand, include a specific DVR and wire free security cameras. These cameras are battery powered and only start recording when they detect motion. Both types of systems offer the same standard features as a wired systems, including HD quality recording, infrared night vision, and motion detection sensors. They also use DSSS Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum technology to ensure a secure connection while minimizing interference from competing wireless devices.