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Shodan brands itself as the first search engine for Internet-connected devices, including webcams, nanny cams, security systems and routers.

It allows users to see devices that are connected to the Internet, where they're located and who is using them, making any unsecured devices vulnerable.

Judge Andrew Napolitano explained on "Shepard Smith Reporting" that the only way to stop this new software is by using encryption.

"This is, in my view, the strongest argument in favor of encryption, even though the government condemns encryption, because it says it makes law enforcement's work too difficult," Judge Napolitano said.

"It does. It is the job of the Constitution to make law enforcement's work difficult, so that it will respect people's private lives and personal liberties."

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