When Wikileaks dumped thousands of documents, apparently sourced from the CIA, people were shocked to find out that their Smart TV's and phones could be spying on them, even if their TV was turned off. But, this is old news. CNN reported this back in 2013. How-to-Geek even instructed us how to keep your TV on the straight and narrow. And how not to have "god-knows-what's going on in your home" revealed to some unknown entity.
The simple fact is; if you are connected to the Internet, you can be spied on. More importantly, if you have WIFI in your home, someone as far as a half-mile away can be intercepting data that you are sending and receiving on your laptops, PC's, tablets or whatever. You should protect yourself with a strong password of at least 12 characters that make absolutely no sense. Using names of things or people as part of a password only opens the door to eavesdropping. That's because software used to crack your WIFI's password has an embedded "dictionary" which can be used to easily detect when your encryption coding is broken. This software is out there, and in many cases, free to download.
So, if you don't want your neighbor's kid listening in on your network, create a strong WIFI password.
Wikileaks Unveils 'Vault 7': "The Largest Ever Publication Of Confidential CIA Documents"; Another Snowden Emerges: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-07/wikileaks-hold-press-conference-vault-7-release-8am-eastern
Your TV might be watching you: http://money.cnn.com/2013/08/01/technology/security/tv-hack/
How to Stop Your Smart TV From Spying on You: https://www.howtogeek.com/233742/how-to-stop-your-smart-tv-from-spying-on-you/
How to Create a Strong Password (and Remember It): https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=4551919160687115242#editor/target=post;postID=9081434618056028466