The company recently introduced new security measures
Man leaving the scene was recorded saying, 'I killed Jennifer"
Customer reuse of passwords and lack of two-factor authentication are to blame
It isn't clear what niche it's meant to fill, though
Privacy advocates aren't happy
The security hole has been patched
The company calls it the "new neighborhood watch"
But this is not 'Big Brother' because 'the consumer knows what they're getting into'
Were you being watched?
Ideal for apartments and rentals
Home security doesn't have to be expensive
Neighborhood watch for the modern era
Ring's Protect bundle starts at $199