A new report from a cybersecurity firm says that several popular Internet-connected baby monitors lack security to prevent hacking.
Research released Wednesday by Rapid7 found security problems in all eight cameras they tested. Other concerns were that some of the devices didn't encrypt the data that was being streamed to the web. Password security was another issue cited by the firm.
Video baby monitors are very popular with many parents and the idea of someone else watching is frightening.
In addition, a hacked camera could provide access to other Wi-Fi-enabled devices in a person's home, such as a personal computer or security system.
Some of the models listed in the research were:
A man was arrested after police said he assaulted a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer with a knife.
Officers charged James Ruff with assault with a deadly weapon on a government official.
Authorities said officers were called Monday to Seascape Lane. They said Ruff assaulted one of the officers, who had minor injuries.
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Kentucky's Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refuses to issue marriage licenses because of her objection to same-sex marriage.
In a video captured by BBC News, Kim Davis said, "We are not issuing marriage licenses today."
"Based on what? Why are you not issuing marriage licenses today?" asked one protestor.
"Because I'm not," Davis responded.
She's still refusing even after the Supreme Court denied her request to be excused from issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
"Pending the appeal in the 6th circuit — the appeal stay has been denied," Davis said in a video captured by WLEX.
A protester replied, "The Supreme Court denied your stay."
Davis says issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples "would violate [her] conscience," citing her religious beliefs.
But what will happen to the county clerk if she continues to refuse?
Davis is an elected official, so she can't just be fired. She could be impeached but only by the state legislature.
The Wall Street Journal says that probably won't happen: "Politically, that’s an unlikely scenario in the conservative state."
Davis and her deputies have been ordered to appear before U.S. District Judge David Bunning.
That means she could be held in contempt of court, which could lead to fines or jail time.
State law could be changed to take clerks' names off of marriage licenses. But it's also unlikely Kentucky's governor will hold a special session to change the law. (Video via WYMT)
Two couples denied by Davis say they don't want her to go to jail. They're asking for her to be fined.
Davis and her deputies are set to appear in court Thursday.
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