This movie glorifies b&e. The POE cameras of today, are digital, and transfer photos of events, right to phones. People can call 911, and not be in the home. (and monitored systems, will call 911 really quick) Some of mine, have two internet access points, and can transfer using non-internet (phone), as a third backup. You can literally steal the camera, but the images are no where near the camera, they can be transfered, and channeled to multiple servers. (thus, no one server, can look at your videos, and even law enforcement can have trouble putting them back together, without the owners consent). Not only that, some events can only be triggered by you entering the home, thus, alarms are triggered. (like jumping the fence). Monitored systems, have third parties, that will call the police. How much does a basic POE system cost? Less then $100, and $20/year/server if you do it yourself, and if you want it sent to your cell, then less then $100/year more, with some linux systems, being nearly free for the consumer.