Posedionclothing – Official Drunk and stoned brew crew T-shirt

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Official Drunk and stoned brew crew T-shirt

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Fox Business Flash top headlines for June 8 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Ring rolled out a new feature in its Neighbors app this week that allows police departments to make public “requests for assistance” for Ring users to share video that may relate to investigations. The new post category marks a change in how police and other public safety agencies request footage from Ring users on the Amazon-owned security company’s platform. Previously, police departments could ask users directly for their Ring footage even without using the app. To prevent “overly broad requests,” Ring requires police to include a specific case number, limit a request to a 12-hour timeframe and limit the request area to between 0.025 and 0.5 miles. The request posts are totally opt-in, according to Ring. If a user doesn’t choose to respond to the post, nothing will be shared with the agency. If a user does want to share video in response to a request post, they can click through the post to privately share videos or contact the agency outside the app. Police can see if any Ring users want to share video by posting requests like this sample on the company’s Neighbors app. (Ring) AMAZON STARTS SHARING YOUR INTERNET TODAY “Ring believes transparency and accountability are crucial to safer, better communities,” an Amazon spokesperson told FOX Business via email. “Since its founding, Ring has been committed to improving its products and services by listening to and incorporating feedback from all parts of our communities. As part of this effort, Ring has been working with independent third-party experts to identify ways to provide customers with greater insight into how public safety agencies use the Neighbors App.” The change comes amid increased scrutiny into the relationship between law enforcement and

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