Watch out for Hidden Cameras on Vacay…

A family recently found a hidden camera live streaming from their living room in their Airbnb in Ireland. Are you afraid of hidden cameras everywhere?

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When the Baker family arrived in Ireland and settled into their Airbnb, the last thing on their mind was a disturbing breach of privacy to interrupt their trip.

The father, Andrew Baker, who happened to work in IT security, was in the middle of scanning the house’s Wi-Fi network when something caught his eye. A device named “IP camera,” that didn’t belong to the family popped up.

San Salvador, El Salvador posted the highest among the three having about 59.06 murders per every 100,000 residents making it the 17th most dangerous city in the world. Guatemala City came in at 24 with there being 53.49 murders per 100,000 and San Pedro Sula, Honduras ranked 26 with 51.18 murders.

World Atlas cited that the high murder and crime rates for these countries is due to the rise in drug trafficking throughout most Latin American countries. This violence and corruption also encapsulates a good portion of Mexico and has even spilled over into South American countries such as Brazil and Venezuela. Mexico, Brazil, and Venezuela house 16 of the top 20 spots for most dangerous cities in the world. Mexico has the most dangerous city, Los Cabos with 111.3 murders per 100,000 people, according to the Atlas study and has six other cities within the top 20. Brazil also has seven cities within the top 20, while Venezuela holds two.

Not only do the people who live in those countries fear the cartels that surround them, there is also a looming fear of the corruption of their governments who seemingly have connections with the cartel. The government and drug cartels within Latin America have been intermittently linked with each other as it’s believed by much of the public and other political figures that government officials will call upon services from the cartel in order to attain political power.

Many of those fleeing Central America were seeking safety within the states due to fear of persecution by the government or death by the drug cartels. According to the Department of Homeland Security’s 2019 Annual Flow Report: Refugees and Asylees, 26,568 individuals were granted asylum in 2017. The report shows that countries where most of these individuals were seeking asylum from were China, El Salvador, and Guatemala. It reported that those countries had about 3,831 people who were granted derivative asylum which allowed them admittance into the U.S.

This high increase of immigration within the states has caused President Trump to resort to threatening of having a border closing in order to manage it better. However, Reuters reported that he had backed down from those threats after admitting that Mexico has been handling their end of immigration control rather well. The last time the border was closed for a long period of time was in Sept. of 2017 when the San Ysidro border in San Diego, California was closed for 57 hours due to border renovations and upgrades. These renovations were to help improve and control the flow of people crossing the border. For now, only time will tell what will happen with border control.

Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

A family recently found a hidden camera live streaming from their living room in their Airbnb in Ireland. Are you afraid of hidden cameras everywhere?

79% Yes, omg
21% Not me
78% Yes, omg
22% Not me
81% Yes, omg
19% Not me

Yes, omg

Not me

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