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Hackers can peep through this smart vacuum's camera, research shows

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Disconnect the security camera on the Trifo Ironpie if you want to be safe.

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Hackers can peep through this smart vacuum's camera, research shows

Disconnect the security camera on the Trifo Ironpie if you want to be safe.

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