„The privacy loophole in your doorbell“
Larkin had a Ring video doorbell, one of the more than 10 million Americans with the Amazon-owned product installed at their front doors. His doorbell was among 21 Ring cameras in and around his home and business, picking up footage of Larkin, neighbors, customers and anyone else near his house.
The police said they were conducting a drug-related investigation on a neighbor, and they wanted videos of “suspicious activity” between 5 and 7 p.m. one night in October. Larkin cooperated, and sent clips of a car that drove by his Ring camera more than 12 times in that time frame.
He thought that was all the police would need. Instead, it was just the beginning.
Alfred NG | Politico
Amazons Kameras sind für mich ohnehin ein No-Go – auch wenn es inzwischen die Option für eine Ende-zu-Ende-Verschlüsselung gibt.
Ich würde jedoch auch keinem anderen Hersteller ohne HomeKit Secure Video trauen, und alle hauseigenen Cloud-Lösungen der Kameraanbieter abdrehen.