Researchers discovered a flaw in Ring doorbells—which used HTTP instead of HTTPS—that made it possible to access a user's Wi-Fi network.

Do you really want this company's devices blanketing your neighborhood and collecting videos of your community?

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The worst thing about these things is that the average new visitor to one of these houses is likely not going to be aware until they're at the door, face to face with it, looking for an ordinary doorbell and instead looking into a tiny lens, like looking down the barrel of the surveillance gun. This tech has to be curbed before it gets even more out of control.

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