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Amazon lets police ask for Ring videos that are more than a month old

The Verge Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
Amazon lets police ask for Ring videos that are more than a month oldIllustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Amazon’s Ring home security company lets police ask users for videos that are up to 45 days old and 12 hours long, Amazon said in a letter released today.

"Sen. Markey released Amazon’s responses"

Ring has been the source of privacy concerns for months, as the company, which offers doorbell cameras, faces questions about how it works with law enforcement. The home security business has partnered with hundreds of police agencies around the United States, giving a way for officials to request customer footage through Amazon, with users’ approval. Those reports prompted Sen. Edward Markey (D-MA) to ask Amazon for more information on Ring’s privacy practices.

Today, Markey released Amazon’s responses. To ask for video footage, the company...
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