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Nest competitor Ring reportedly gave employees full access to customer’s live camera feeds

[2019-01-10 19:08:52]

Last year, Amazon made waves in the smart home space by acquiring Ring for over $1 billion. Known for home security doorbells, a new report today claims that the company has a lax stance towards privacy that allowed more employees than seemingly necessary to access customer’s live camera feeds. The post Nest competitor Ring reportedly gave employees full access to customer’s live camera feeds appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Nest competitor Ring reportedly gave employees full access to customer’s live camera feeds


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