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Green Bay, Wisconsin, gets one free camera for every 20 people who sign up for the Ring app through a city link. Initially, police required recipients of those free cameras to agree to provide any video police requested. It dropped the requirement after The Associated Press began reporting this story. If any partnership required data sharing, “we would never do it,” Heitman said. Back in Wolcott, Ernie Field won a free Ring camera and said he had to register for the app to qualify for the raffle. Now he gets alerts on his phone when a car drives by and a short video when his daughter gets home from school. “I don’t know if there’s more crime now, or we just know about it more because of social media,” he said. Field, who said he had been looking at other cameras, wondered whether Wolcott’s partnership gave Amazon an unfair advantage. “They have a monopoly over a lot of things,” he said. “And they’re kind of taking over everything. ” Forliti reported from Minneapolis.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

I told him NO and I then decided to stay home because my wife did not feel safe and I didn’t feel like calling the Cops. PX, which rebranded itself as Vivint in 2011, had received an “F” rating from the Utah Better Business Bureau, and the national organization had logged hundreds of complaints about the company. It had been the subject of government action in at least seven states the total is now at least 11 for alleged sins that ranged from deceptive sales practices to operating without a license. Disgruntled people, often seniors, were pressured to buy the company’s alarm system and then forced to pay much higher costs than they had expected, according to their complaints to police, state investigators, and local reporters. Vivint has never admitted wrongdoing and did not return many calls for comment over two months. It’s obvious that this is a paid commentor, and I’m not surprised that Vivint would attempt to whitewash their horrible reputation in such a manner.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Zmodo provides two way communication between your visitor at the door and yourself with your smart phone app – you can see, listen to, and speak with whoever is at your door. Zmodo Greet also offers smart motion detection that, when triggered by motion, will send a real time alert your smart phone and begin recording video. These short clips are stored for free in the cloud and are accessible for 36 hours. What’s more, if you are unable to answer the door, you can pre program a voice message for Zmodo to play for your visitor. The Zmodo Greet Smart is installed with your existing doorbell’s wiring, and then adds the Zmodo Beam included in this package to serve as a smart hub of sorts and as dual wi fi extender. The Zmodo Greet camera is 720p resolution and will store 8GB of video footage internally with an option for subscription based cloud backup service.