(Amazon’s) Ring security camera hacks see homeowners subjected to racial abuse, ransom demands

We have posted already about the fact that Ring (which is owned by Amazon) has relationships with police departments across the country. Ring shares the feeds from its cameras with law enforcement. Without a warrant.

If that weren’t bad enough, the somewhat open nature of these devices allows access to people other than the police too. The stories in the attached article sound like something out of a horror movie.

(From ABC News)

Only four days after installing it, her eight-year-old daughter, Alyssa, heard music and a banging noise coming from the room where the camera was installed.

Alyssa says that when she began looking for the source of the noise, she heard a voice saying, “I’m Santa Claus, don’t you want to be my best friend?”

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Author: Nick Sorrentino


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