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Hackers targeting home security cameras with dangerous swatting calls

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Hackers are reporting fake emergencies to law enforcement — part of an alarming trend called swatting — and watching the response in real time after breaking into home security cameras connected to the internet. The FBI is investigating more than a dozen cases.