Some things you probably shouldn't advertise

And this would be one of them. Now, call me silly, but if I were of a less-than-legal mindset, someplace like this would be easy pickings. According to the article, the police will only investigate if they have some sort of corroboration, such as an eyewitness or video feed. So, if you have nosy neighbors, you're fine, but if you have a fancy security system and a lot of privacy, you're hosed.

I can understand the budget crunch, but why not just charge a fee for every false alarm?


Blogger Kyle said...

At least they're honest about it.

I think a fee for a false alarm is a good idea. Another idea might be a private service that does verification. The cost of false alarms would be spread out among all the alarm users.

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