Employees didn’t enjoy access to customers’ private videos, Ring clarifies

Employees didn’t enjoy access to customers’ private videos, Ring clarifies

Amazon Ring's employees had unfiltered access to customers' private videos

Ring, the small doorbell-maker that Amazon acquired last year, gave several employees unrestricted access to videos recorded by customers and customer videos were not encrypted as that would entail loss of revenue, The Intercept has revealed.

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