Amazon’s Ring doorbell app has come under serious allegations of diverting users’ data. The app was designed by Amazon in 2018 for home security cameras and doorbells. Digital rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has made these allegations.
As per EFF third-party trackers are sending a ‘plethora of data’ to these companies. Investigations have revealed that 4 main analytics and marketing companies – including Facebook and Google were receiving the data from the app.
In a statement to Gizmodo, the Amazon-owned home security and smart home company said it limited the amount of data it shared. Thus, accepting its fault of diverting data of users without their consent.
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