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An investigation traces an NSO Group-controlled IP address to a fake Facebook security portal.
The Amazon-owned video doorbell uses third-party trackers to serve up rich data to marketers without meaningfully notifying users.
Ring said that four employees were fired because they for inappropriate access to customers' connected video feeds.
A Motherboard report found Ring lacking basic security measures for preventing hackers from hijacking the devices.
Omnichannel views of customers are a competitive edge -- but they have to be appropriately implemented.
Amazon is rolling out patches for the vulnerabilities and users are urged to confirm their device is updated to firmware version 2.13.11 or later.
The EFF explains how data is being tracked and used on the web and mobile devices, how consumers can protect themselves - and why it's not all bad news.
Amazon's facial recognition would alert Ring users if "suspicious" individuals are near their house.
From stalkerware to Amazon Ring doorbell outrage, Threatpost editors break down the top news stories of the week.
Amazon's Ring data collection policies are in the spotlight.