Daily Mail 
March 7, 2018
Tighter security on internet-connected gadgets is promised by ministers today after fears that millions of us are being spied on in our homes.
A kitemark-style code of practice for the 420million ‘smart’ devices expected to be in use by 2020 is being launched by the Government.
It comes after a Daily Mail investigation revealed how surveillance cameras costing as little as £25 are unwittingly leaving households, businesses and schools and colleges open to snoopers.
A sinister website, thought to be hosted in Moldova, broadcasts hundreds of thousands of hours of real-time footage that can be viewed by anyone with access to the internet.
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