Civil liberties groups are asking CNET, Consumer Reports, and other tech publications to stop recommending the controversial surveillance devices.
Hundreds of pages of emails obtained by Motherboard show how little-known company Flock has expanded from surveilling individual neighborhoods into a network of smart cameras that spans the United States.
New emails show that Ring's private surveillance network is sometimes being used by cops to surveil activities at major protests.
The troubles for Ring continue—this time involving an affair, a double homicide, and explosives...sort of.
The police department in Jackson, Mississippi is partnering with two companies to stream surveillance footage from Ring cameras in a 45-day pilot program.
Home surveillance devices like Amazon Ring are already illegal, but the Republican-led FCC has done nothing to enforce its own rules.
Employees at Verkada accessed the company's facial recognition system to take photos of women colleagues and make sexually explicit jokes.
Amazon announced Ring cameras for cars and a drone camera that flies around your home.
Prosecutors want to use audio captured by one of Amazon's home surveillance cameras as evidence in an unprecedented case.
Is it too late to stop Jeff Bezos' plan to have an empire that underwrites every part of our lives?