Ring says the vulnerability was fixed in September, but it did not report the problem until now. Wouldn't you think Ring owners would have wanted to be notified immediately upon discovery so they could at least change passwords on their Wi-Fi route
Several weeks ago it was reported that over 400 law enforcement agencies had partnered with Amazon's Ring Camera. Ring distributes a free app called the Neighbors App that Ring owners use to store video images in the cloud.
As you probably know, many countries are right now taking up the greatly needed task of updating their privacy laws for this modern era. However, they are consistently missing one key component when doing so: an easy opt-out mechanism. Anyone who e
Google's parent company alphabet inc owns Sidewalk Labs, a smart city developer who is now turning Toronto's waterfront into a Orwellian nightmare where everything that transpires is tracked traced and databased. A leaked document called the yell
Governments are being prompted to destroy encryption, permanently destroying privacy and handing all data in the world over to Technocrat social engineers. If successful, this will catapult the world into Scientific Dictatorship, aka Technocracy. ?
Twitter said Tuesday that it may have mishandled an unspecified number of users' email addresses and phone numbers, allowing that data to be used "inadvertently" for advertising purposes.
On the eve of his memoir 'Permanent Record' being published, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talked at length from Moscow with MSNBC's Brian Williams in an exclusive interview. This is their discussion in its entirety, edited down slightly for clari
The Chinese regime announced a new rule which requires residents to pass a facial recognition test in order to apply for an internet connection via smartphone or computer.
The company tries to temper customer concerns by unveiling privacy controls like auto-deleting recordings and "Home Mode" for Ring cameras.
Shocking Invasion Of This Journalist's Privacy And Poof Subscribers Are Gone!
A scathing report has revealed the DMV offices across the country have been selling out American citizens, while making millions doing it.
Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) on his latest Parallel Society Newsletter 'Using Crisis For Fun And Profit'; Quantum Computing and Crypto - Tim Picciott (Wealth Manager @ Innovative Advisory Group) gives The Economic Report
Secret subpoenas issued by the FBI for personal data go far deeper than previously known, according to new documents obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, according to the New York Times.
"Nearly all TV devices in our testbeds contacts Netflix even though we never configured any TV with a Netflix account," the researchers wrote.
It is hard to imagine a more intrusive home surveillance device than a faucet or toilet that listens to everyone's conversations, but that is just what Delta Faucet and Kohler have done.
Josh Sigurdson reports on recent news out of Las Vegas, Nevada as a new pilot is launched at the Las Vegas airport utilizing facial recognition technology to compile data and "make lines shorter" according to the TSA.
You gave them your data in exchange for a driver's license. DMVs are making tens of millions of dollars selling it, documents obtained by Motherboard show.
With the new Nest Hub Max, Google is adding an eye to its talking artificial intelligence
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Take heed, America...Our losses are mounting with every passing day.
The Hong Kong protesters are constantly coming up with new innovative methods for dealing with the heavy handed arm of the state. Their latest tactic for communicating is to use a bluetooth based app to message each other
Controlling what you do is one thing, but digging into what you think is an order of magnitude more disturbing, with ethical, moral and privacy considerations at the top of the list. ? TN Editor
The doorbell-camera company Ring has quietly forged video-sharing partnerships with more than 400 police forces across the United States, granting them access to homeowners' camera footage and a powerful role in what the company calls America's "new
Just in, President Trump has "assured NRA president Wayne LaPierre that he would not support universal background check legislation" reported the National Review. Apparently the president called LaPierre on the phone today and told him the news.
In addition to a system that allows people to monitor their homes, and then has expanded to help them monitor their neighborhoods, they've also developed a government-only backend portal to this system that they provide for free.
The secret sensors, fitted to all new and used motors sold by the firm's dealers, pinpoint the vehicle's exact location.
"The White House is calling for reauthorization of a program that security agencies have used to spy on innocent people, violate their privacy, and chill free speech."
They Hired to Do It ...Big tech companies like Google and Apple have been under fire recently for violations of privacy laws and even been accused of outright supporting surveillance of private citizens. Amazon has been accused of keeping recordings
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