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In a post alongside the video, Ring urges residents of Mountain View, California to contact the police department if they recognize her. Hmmm. I guess that's not so much "inadvertent influencer" as it is "protagonist in a Philip K. Dick novel. " A private company, "shooting" footage using consumer products, is pitching Ring to your friends and neighbors with possibly one of your friends and neighbors. FIRST ONE TO CALL THE COPS WINS. "Our township is now entirely covered by cameras," said Captain Vincent Kerney, detective bureau commander of the Bloomfield Police Department. "Every area of town we have, there are some Ring cameras. "Or not. YOU DON'T EVEN NEED TO CALL THE COPS. Amazon is way ahead of you.

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Tech industry analyst Carolina Milanesi said engaging with police and offering incentives is a “very smart move by Ring” and a missed opportunity for competitors, including Google’s Nest and smaller companies such as Arlo Technologies and SimpliSafe. But a staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California called the system “an unmitigated disaster” for the privacy of many neighborhoods. In one case, a doorbell camera caught footage of four burglary suspects trying to enter a residence. Three were arrested at the time, but a fourth got away. After the homeowner gave Arcadia detectives some Ring video clips, police identified and arrested the last suspect. Hammond, Indiana, also put up money to offer Ring cameras at a discount.

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Nest Aware starts at $5/month or $50/year to keep a five day video history, plus up to 3 hours of stored clips.

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