- Apr 14, 2008
My experience as a RING owner is that about 99% of the posted “crimes” are not crimes. They are suspicions or people reading into things that aren’t there. You think people have no lives on FB/Twitter etc. try the Ring app. Good grief it’s ridiculous. I can see why those protocols are put in place. You could destroy someone’s life because they rang your doorbell. Plus, you can send your Ring footage right to the police and you can grant them full time access if you want. Bottom line, posting your Ring videos to FB won’t do anything. Hand em over to the cops if you think have something.Absolutely. However, right now Neighborhood Watch moderators are having a tough time staying out of Facebook Jail. People can no longer post their Ring etc. videos of crimes unless they cover up license plate numbers of the suspects car! A great use for Facebook now prohibited. What good is posting crime videos if you can't post the license plate of the suspects car!
As for the original post, private company, their rules.