Judge Melissa Clarke at Oxford County Court said the Data Protection Act 2018 and the UK General Data Protection Regulation had been breached by the use of Ring security cameras and doorbells, which come with a camera and microphone. The Court also upheld the claim that the devices contributed to harassment.
The Judgment found that the Ring device, on the defendant’s property, captured images of claimant’s house and garden, while the shed camera covered most of her garden and her parking space.
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