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2011  |  Posted by Owner  |  Filed under pros and cons of gun control, compare security systems for home, monitor home security

While there are other smart smoke detectors available, none that we spotted have received the positive feedback that we saw for the Nest Protect. For example, the First Alert OneLink Est. $110 looks to directly compete with the Nest, but both expert and user reviews are underwhelming. Among other issues, both CNET and Wirecutter note shortcomings in the connected features, including slow response times pushing notifications to the iOS only app and for the app to silence a nuisance alarm. Reviewers hold hope that software improvements will eventually make the OneLink a contender, but for now, as Wirecutter notes, "many of the Onelink's features are just pale imitations of the Protect's offerings. "We also saw a little expert buzz around the Halo Smart Smoke and CO Alarm Est. $130, a hardwired smart smoke and CO detector. Most actually review the Halo +, a model that adds weather alerts, and $20, to the regular Halo, but that model is not currently available. Still, core functionality should be the same, and that's well liked by the experts that have seen the unit. It's the top rated smart smoke detector at Reviewed, the second highest rated model at Top Ten Reviews, and earns a 4 star rating from CNET. User reviews are both limited and uninspiring, though, so we think the Nest is a better bet for most, for now.

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2011  |  Posted by Owner  |  Filed under house alarms systems, elderly safety alarm, security alarm for business

alarm systems for the elderlyOnce the government has such information, it can widely share it and retain it indefinitely American Civil Liberties Organization. The rules regarding who has access to this surveillance information and how it can be used have changed and changed again in secret without the public ever becoming aware. The government can also use it to justify changing rules or even breaking laws as it did after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. For example, after 9/11 surveillance data was used to indicate potential terrorists so that the CIA could capture them and obtain information that would prevent other terrorist attacks. Despite it being against international law and the law of the U. S.

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