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Drew Drechsel, winner of season 11 of NBC's competition show "American Ninja Warrior," was arrested and charged Tuesday with seeking sex with a minor and inducing her into sending him sexually explicit images, the U. Attorney's Office of the District of New Jersey announced. Authorities say Drechsel, 31, traveled to New Jersey to have sex with a minor. He also allegedly "enticed and coerced" this minor to travel to Connecticut "to engage in illicit sexual conduct," carried out inappropriate communication with her and convinced her to send sexually explicit images of herself to him, a complaint says.
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A former ADT technician pleaded guilty Thursday to accessing customers' home video feeds thousands of times over the course of four and a half years. According to a Department of Justice press releasethe year-old Texas man accomplished this by simply adding himself to the s of approximately people, allowing him to remotely watch them at will.
ADT acknowledged the incident on its websiteand clarified that there were victims whose s Aviles accessed on 9, occasions. The horror of Aviles' actions stands in stark contrast to the ease of which he pulled them off. The official ADT Pulse website sells the service as offering "More views - and better control - of your smart home.
The company first went public with the news in April ofand all the victims appear to be in the greater Dallas area. This is not the first time people have found their own home security cameras turned against them.
Ring cameras, an Amazon-owned home security product, were repeatedly hacked in and Ring admitted that some its employees tried to watch customers' private video feeds. In other words, this stuff keeps happening.
Internet-connected cameras will almost certainly always be vulnerable to some kind of unscrupulous actor — whether that be a random hacker or, as in this case, someone from the company that installed it in your home in the first place. It's a good, albeit extremely distressing, reminder that you're almost certainly better off not turning your own bedroom into a surveillance state. More in CybersecurityPrivacy. Social Good.
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