There’s not much hard evidence that Ring cameras actually do anything to make people, or their property, safer. (A study often touted by the company as proof of its cameras efficacy as crime-stopping tools was persuasively disputed by the MIT Technology Review in 2018.) But the inconclusive evidence about Ring’s efficacy as a crime-stopping tool hasn’t stopped police departments from continuing to partner with Ring — probably because Ring provides a special dashboard for law enforcement that lets them search by time and location for footage posted to the the feed. In towns sufficiently blanketed, Ring cameras essentially create a comprehensive, readymade surveillance network for local police. Of course, Ring doesn’t provide law enforcement with videos without a subpoena, so police must request clips from the camera owners themselves. But what law-abiding homeowner would refuse? (In the past, some police departments have required that people who … [Read more...] about I Got a Ring Doorbell Camera. It Scared the Hell Out of Me.
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Ring, well known for its popular “video doorbells,” has capitalized on a rise in package thefts and law enforcement’s growing interest in private surveillance by teaming up with police departments in San Jose, South San Francisco, Milpitas, Union City, Walnut Creek, Novato, Foster City and Hercules, as well as the Marin County Sheriff’s Office. All but two of these agencies signed agreements in the past three months. … [Read more...] about Privacy advocates alarmed by Amazon’s Ring partnerships with Bay Area police
He retraced his steps and left his information with the businesses he visited, hoping someone would find it and turn it in. When that did not happen, he refused to give up. He called several local police agencies asking for help locating the woman who created his ring, and eventually he called the Irvine Police Department. … [Read more...] about WATCH: Policeman, Jeweler Recreate Veteran’s Lost Wedding Ring
The alumni association easily identified who the ring had belonged to from the initials and 1973 graduation date on the ring. McKenna said she was unsure how her late husband’s ring could have turned up in a Finnish forest, and that while he had spent some time in Finland for work in the early 1990s, he was never near the city where the ring was found. At that point, he hadn’t seen the ring in 20 years. … [Read more...] about Class Ring Lost In Maine 47 Years Ago Discovered In Finland
At the same time, as The Gateway Pundit has noted, Walmart’s website continues to proudly offer 17 posters and fine art prints glorifying Che Guevara, the late Argentine Marxist revolutionary who helped Fidel Castro install a police state in Cuba and who personally oversaw hundreds if not thousands of executions as well as the creation of labor camps where dissidents, homosexuals and others who “committed crimes against revolutionary morals” were ultimately sent. … [Read more...] about Walmart Won’t Sell Rebel Mascot Class Ring To Poor Family But Sells 17 CHE GUEVARA POSTERS