Ring could continue to change its privacy settings after concerns about customer data being shared with Facebook and Google, CNET sister site CBS News reported on Friday. The smart one Video doorbellWith Amazon, which has helped the police build a surveillance network, customers may soon be able to prevent Ring from sharing "most" of their information.
This is followed by a study by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in January that found that Ring sends information to Facebook even if you don't have an account, including "time zone, device model, language settings, screen resolution, and a unique identifier."
Ring told CBS News that clients "where applicable" will be able to unsubscribe from sharing agreements. The change will be released next week, according to CBS MoneyWatch.
However, according to the ring, there are currently no further updatesduring CES 2020 to help customers manage their privacy and security settings and deny police video requests. The company will provide an update when it has more news, a Ring spokesman told CNET on Friday afternoon.
The launch of the control center followed concerns about the ring, which allowed the police to access video bell material without the customer's consent,
Originally published February 14, 12:40 p.m. PT.
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