A spokesperson for Anker told us...
that due to a glaring architectural flaw, your video feed is stored in the cloud, with no user or account controlled encryption, and defective permissions code.
say it with me one time, slowly,
End to end encryption, including at rest, with user controlled keys, or don't put it in the cloud.
Even bad encryption would have saved them a ton of exposure here, but instead the inevitable "camera in my kids bedroom" story once again rears it's ugly head. The person who got the crossed stream could have saved it and posted it, or may have been so freaked out themselves they set the phone on fire. This was an easily preventable architectural failure, not a bug.