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Ding-dong, here's a map of the cops who use Ring doorbells to spy on you:

sgandlur.com/

@requiem
First clic on a bullet:
"451: Unavailable due to legal reasons
We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time."

postbulletin.com/news/local/do

Ok so to answer the question in the url, I gess that it's a yes, and an other yes for the website publishing the article. 😁

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By the way I'm really impressed by the work done on this map.

@roipoussiere I was very happy to see that others are interested in shedding light on this problem.

I’ve been noodling on ways to turn the tables on these surveillance industry assholes.

@requiem your post makes it seem as if it wasn't required to opt-in to this service by installing the neighbor app.

@krojas it's slippery, it's technically opt-in, but there are police departments offering the devices for free but requiring those who accept the device to setup the app, and various other coercive techniques.

@requiem On the bright side, it's so far contained in the usa. Or is that just the map?

@gemlog afaik it's U.S. only, but I could be wrong.

All I know is that I've got my hands on one of these devices, and I'm going to start filing hilarious false reports soon...

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