We live in a world where our smart home is being watched, surveilled, and recorded for data, and the information is being used to identify and target individuals.

We live on a world in which there are smart devices everywhere, where every device we use has an Internet connection, and where our data is stored, analyzed, and used.

We also live in an era where we’re living in a digital world, in which we’re constantly connected to each other, and our interactions are constantly being recorded.

We live in this new world in our homes, workplaces, and public spaces.

We are constantly interacting with each other and with devices that are being connected and connected to us.

We’re all connected to these devices, and they’re all recording every moment of our interactions.

This has created an environment where the devices are monitoring us, recording our every movement, every step we take.

The goal of this article is to share some of the steps you can take to ensure that your smart devices are protecting you.

We’ll discuss how to configure and maintain your smart device security to prevent malicious or harmful devices from accessing and accessing your information, as well as how to prevent and defend against these devices from being installed on your home or work.