If you own a Ring doorbell camera system, we’ve got some bad
news. The smart home company owned by Amazon, which the Internet
retail giant shelled out more than $1 billion to acquire, has
apparently been violating its customers’ privacy in a pretty
shocking way. A
new report from The Intercept quotes unnamed sources who
confirm that engineers and executives at Ring have “highly
privileged access” to live customer camera feeds, utilizing both
Ring’s doorbells as well as its in-home cameras.
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Amazon-owned Ring has reportedly been spying on customer camera
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Amazon-owned Ring has reportedly been spying on customer camera feeds