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“I think we are going to be able to compete. I don’t think they will be able to take over the market. I was concerned years ago when the $99 and free alarms started appearing, so we started to do more commercial work. It changed, but it didn’t kill it. We still do a lot of residential. It just improved the installed base.

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If you feel as strongly as I do, then please send your feedback to me at . I wish you a great weekend. Press releaseFor immediate release INCLUSION INTERNATIONAL CONDEMNS COMPULSORY STERILIZATION AND HIV TESTING OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN RWANDA AS A ABHORANT VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS July 6, 2009 Toronto Inclusion International II, a federation of 200 family based organizations advocating for the human rights of people with intellectual disabilities worldwide, calls on the international community to oppose a reproductive health bill introduced in the Rwandan Parliament. The proposed reproductive health bill includes provisions that would impose forced sterilization and mandatory HIV testing on people with intellectual disabilities. According to the newly introduced bill drafted by the parliamentary committee, physicians would be granted the right to test an "incapacitated" person without their consent and then disclose the testing results to their official guardian. These provisions would be in direct violation of the Rwandan governments ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRPD. Forced sterilization would not only violate the rights of persons with disabilities but is also regarded as a crime against humanity by the International Criminal Court. The mandatory testing of HIV and disclosure of results would infringe on privacy rights and lead to abuse. People with intellectual disabilities are among the most marginalized and vulnerable groups in our societies, measures such as those proposed by Rwanda despite their international obligations under the Convention, serve to dehumanize and devalue people. Diane Richler, President of Inclusion International, "People with intellectual disabilities all over the world continue to be victims of human rights abuses. The CRPD was conceived to protect against these kinds of abuses by governments and society.

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You can keep tabs on what’s going on inside your house – whether it’s kids coming home from school, pets lounging around the living room while you’re at work, or simply you wanting to check in and make sure all is well at home when you’re on vacation.

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