Kim Zetter reports:
An Illinois man is suing the maker of a video baby monitor after discovering that he and his neighbor could spy on each other through the devices.
Wes Denkov filed a proposed class action lawsuit on Friday against Summer Infant and Toys ‘R’ Us over the $100 Summer Infant Day and Night Video Monitor. He did so after a neighbor, who used the same brand, informed him that video and audio from Denkov’s son’s nursery was showing up on the neighbor’s monitor whenever it was set to the same channel.
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Update: A copy of the lawsuit can be found on Courthouse News (pdf).