You’re finally ready to build a smart home and purchase a security camera. But maybe slow your roll, because according to a new report, at least in the past, it may not have been that smart or secure.
So reports The Intercept, which notes that in 2016 Ring allowed a Ukrainian team of engineers "virtually unfettered access" to all Ring customers' unencrypted video streams. And yes, that means the streams both outside, and inside, their homes.
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This access was reportedly granted because the AI needed help distinguishing between things like cars and people. Read more...More about Amazon, Ring, Facial Recognition, Tech, and Artificial Intelligence