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This Weeks FARA News
Sandy Springs Police: Alarm calls are down 32% since the true verification ordinance was enacted
An app that can detect distress speech and trigger SOS
Cincinnati implements Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) for faster, more accurate emergency alarm response
Phoenix Police Spend Thousands Of Hours On False Alarms
CA: Eureka Police respond to 28% more incidents during power …
Kenmore updates outdated false alarm code
FL: Charlotte County Sheriffs implements Automated Secure …
A 25-year oversight left some off the hook for alarm system …
FARA Industry News
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Ring doorbells had vulnerability leaking Wi-Fi login info, researchers find
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