US parents say they ditched their Ring camera after son claimed a voice kept asking if he ‘wanted ice cream’ at night

There’s a long-list of things owners of the cameras can do to make sure they continue to work in their favour. — Photo by Bernard Hermant on Unsplash

Having a Ring security camera can be a pretty, handy thing in 2022.

You can talk to folks at your door without having to be face-to-face which is a nice Covid-19 buffer. And, you can keep watch on your home while you are not there. But, having a Ring, or any other type of security camera which uses WiFi has long come with a warning from security advisors that the thing — like any type of computer device — can be hacked.

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