Home security is big business the world over, and is destined to become more so as an increasingly disarmed population will be encouraged to turn over their protection to the corporate State. A new report commissioned by the United States’ largest home security firm, ADT, offers a preview of a future that makes today’s security methods seem like the Stone Age by comparison. And it could arrive in as little as ten years’ time.

Most people have become acclimated to the following seemingly disparate technologies that are becoming part of everyday life: drones, surveillance cameras, biometric identification, and smart technology for the home. While people have become more aware of how government has argued for the use of these systems to combat the ever-present threat of terrorism, they have not imagined how this will eventually trickle down to a common consumer experience, nor would they probably expect a full synthesis to be available at their fingertips. FULL REPORT