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From The Daily Charge: Amazon's video doorbell company doesn't tell users that when they share footage with police, it can spread on forever.
Plus, what happens when you share Ring footage with police and a proposal to solve online privacy problems.
Videos captured by Amazon's video doorbell company that are handed over to the police are fair game to be shared with other law enforcement agencies.
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From The Daily Charge: When police didn't respond to an email for 10 days, Ring followed up with $50 discounts for the department.
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