I love mine. Money well spent.
Its a website where the weak and the mistreads of life can feel safe. Yet these same weak people hate the police that protect them from becoming victims.
As the owner of a Ring doorbell in a city with police partnership, I don’t see what the big deal here is, Adam. I do live in a fairly liberal city with a, typically, well behaved police force, though. The one time footage was requested, so far, I declined because it was obvious I didn’t catch anything worth while. I… Read more
If it was merely to keep miscreants from pilfering packages from my porch and telling solicitors to fuck off, I see little issue using the footage to convict the thieves. I’d gladly share the data/footage as long as it’s solely my choice or of course as a result of a warrant. I mean, who wants thefts going unanswered… Read more
The whole point of ring is security. Very few people who own one are worried that the police get the footage. Should they improve their data security? Absolutely. But that’s always going to be a moving target. And the Neighbors bit is also a huge selling point. You are warning people away from the things they actually… Read more
Incorrect on the pricing there. $1800 is the MCU, the eMMC chip itself is relatively inexpensive that’s why the 3rd party guys can do the repair for $399.
I’m far from a Tesla enthusiast, but unless this is impossible or insanely expensive to fix (the Business Insider piece, in typical Business Insider style, gives no hint of what the repair cost might be), I’m not sure why this is a big deal. Cars have parts that wear out with time and use and require replacement. Read more