"We want to ensure that customers have the control with the cameras they have," he said.
Limp did not comment on Ring's hundreds of police partnerships in the US. Amazon purchased Ring for $839 million in February 2018, and the video doorbell company has rapidly expanded since the acquisition.
Ring has partnered with more than 465 law enforcement agencies in the last two years, with the pace increasing after Amazon's acquisition. Police see benefits in the video doorbell, noting that clips from people's doorsteps have helped them investigate crimes.