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Ring doorbell customers told how to change privacy settings to avoid huge fine

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After a judge ruled that a man’s camera doorbell breached data protection rules, owners of Ring devices are on alert. Yesterday a man was ordered to pay £100,000 to his neighbour after she claimed she was under "continuous visual surveillance".

Ring doorbells are popular smart devices that allow users to see what’s happening on their doorstep electronically. The devices detect motion and record video as well as audio.Amazon, which sells Ring doorbells, has advised Ring owners to make clear on their property that these devices are being used.Meanwhile, Ring "strongly encouraged" customers to enable a privacy setting to comply with privacy laws.The 'Privacy Zone' setting limits Ring doorbells to oversee a limited area.Ring said in a

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