"The more we learn about Ring, the clearer it becomes that this product poses serious privacy and civil liberty threats,"  Markey said in a statement to CNET after learning about the video. "Information as sensitive as the street you live on should be kept private and secure. There are gaping holes in Ring's privacy policies and the rules governing its partnerships with law enforcement, which Amazon should address immediately."
Ring let police view map of video doorbell installations for over a year
The company once offered a map, now withdrawn, that allowed police to zoom in to see the specific location of Ring customers.

Add it all up, and the Amazon company seems to be gladly opening the door to multiple privacy and civil liberty violations.

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