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Use this map to see if your local police department has access to Amazon Ring’s unofficial surveillance network of video doorbells
Amazon's Ring has partnerships with dozens of local police departments, giving them access to the locations of Ring doorbells in nearby neighborhoods.
The Hong Kong-based airline, ranked one of the best in the world, told Business Insider it uses CCTV cameras in airport lounges and planes.
The US government is testing surveillance balloons that could track multiple vehicles from 65,000 feet
In a newly discovered FCC filing, it was revealed that the US government is testing surveillance balloons in the US this summer.
Amazon’s home security firm Ring reportedly has partnerships with 200 US police departments and critics say it’s dystopian
Ring is a home security company that sells smart video doorbells and security cameras that cost between $89 and $449.
Amazon requires police departments to advertise Ring home security products to residents in return for free Ring cameras
Amazon's Ring is essentially using police departments to advertise its smart doorbell cameras products and services.
Amazon got clearance to build drones that can carry out surveillance on customers’ homes between deliveries
The patent describes how Amazon's drones could be primarily used for delivery, but could be asked by customers to check up on their properties.
The U-2 reconnaissance plane has been snooping all over the world for more than 60 years, but today’s Dragon Lady is nothing like the past
Today's U-2s look like the ones that flew a half-century ago. But for pilots in the cockpit and analysts on the ground, there's a world of difference.
Police departments across the US are using video doorbells from Amazon-owned Ring to create an unofficial surveillance network, a new report says
Some police departments have been offering deals on Ring smart doorbells with the condition that users hand over recorded footage upon request.
Attorney General William Barr: The FBI crossed ‘a serious red line’ by investigating Trump’s campaign
Seconds after accusing the FBI of breaking the law, Barr admitted he had no clear basis for the allegation.
Unearthed FBI documents claim civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. laughed as he watched a friend rape a woman in a Washington, DC hotel room.