Jamie Siminoff, the founder of Amazon-owned home security company Ring, published a blog today in which he revealed that the company has partnered with 405 law enforcement agencies around the country.
Cities and local police departments have asked Ring, Amazon's home security company, to share the names, home addresses, and email addresses of every person who has bought a home surveillance camera through
Ring, Amazon’s home security company most known for its doorbell camera, has been quietly creating a massive private surveillance network. The company has formed partnerships with at least 225 law enforcement
Amazon wants you to be a homeowner, but not just of any home. It wants you to own a home equipped with Amazon “Smart Home” products. Amazon and five real estate companies—including industry giants like
Amazon's home security company Ring has enlisted local police departments around the country to advertise its surveillance cameras in exchange for free Ring products and a “portal” that allows police request
At least 200 law enforcement agencies around the country have entered into partnerships with Amazon’s home surveillance company Ring, according to an email obtained by Motherboard via public record request.
When police partner with Ring, Amazon’s home surveillance camera company, they get access to the “Law Enforcement Neighborhood Portal,” an interactive map that allows officers to request footage directly
Ring, Amazon’s home surveillance company, has partnered with at least 225 law enforcement agencies around the country. As reported by Gizmodo, a crucial aspect of these partnerships is a PR arrangement: