Skip to comments.Ring fires creepy employees for looking in on customers’ videos
Posted on 01/09/2020 8:50:58 PM PST by yesthatjallen
Home security company Ring has fired employees for watching in on customers videos, according to a new letter from parent company Amazon.
Over the last four years, Ring has received four complaints or inquiries regarding a team members access to Ring video data, wrote Brian Huseman, a vice president for public policy at Amazon, in the letter penned earlier this week to five U.S. senators.
Although each of the individuals involved in these incidents was authorized to view video data, the attempted access to that data exceeded what was necessary for their job functions, Huseman went on.
In each instance, once Ring was made aware of the alleged conduct, Ring promptly investigated the incident, and after determining that the individual violated company policy, terminated the individual.
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Who would have guessed?
Never saw that coming.
Public example to support the sham claim that the company doesn’t monitor.
Government pulls the same trick to support the sham claim that government policies its snooping on the public, or that the government respects the so-called “right to privacy.”
And I am Santa Claus.
No, “who monitors the monitors?”
(I need more monitoring)
Too bad we can’t get rid of the creepy owner of the company.
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