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This Weeks FARA News
Catoosa requiring alarm system owners to have permits after frequent false alarms
Police say burglary rates are low in Atherton this year, and credit the town’s theft-deterring tech
Police officers in Maine activated their body cameras, which captured a surprising encounter as they responded to an alarm on Thanksgiving Day at a local retailer.
FARA Industry News
ADT wants to charge me $2,089 for early termination. Is that fair?
New AI-enabled video surveillance cameras take analytics to the next level
Xfinity announces DIY home monitoring products
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