US State Law Disclosures:

Last Updated: July 1, 2023

This additional state-specific privacy disclosure page (“Disclosure”) supplements the Ring Privacy Notice and is effective as of July 1, 2023. The Ring Privacy Notice describes the personal information that we collect, the sources from which we collect it, the purposes for which we use it, the limited circumstances under which we share personal information, and with whom we share it. These additional disclosures, which serve as a Notice at Collection under the California Privacy Rights Act, are required by the California Privacy Rights Act, Colorado Privacy Act, Connecticut Data Privacy Act, Utah Consumer Privacy Act, and and Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act.

    1. Categories of personal information collected. The personal information that Ring collects, or has collected, from consumers in the twelve months prior to the effective date of this Disclosure, falls into the following categories established by the California Privacy Rights Act:
  • identifiers such as your name, address, phone numbers, or IP address, your Ring account log-in information, or a government-issued identifier (e.g., if you use ID-based account recovery);
  • personal information, such as payment card information;
  • information that may reveal your age, gender, or other protected classifications, for example if you share this information with us as part of participating in our beta program or responding to a survey;
  • commercial information, such as purchase history;
  • internet or other electronic network activity information, including video recording interaction information, such as downloads, streams, and playback details;
  • geolocation data, such as the location of devices to provide community-based features like the Neighbors app, which may in some cases constitute precise geolocation information;
  • audio or visual information, such as video recordings collected or stored in connection with Ring Protect;
  • professional information, for example data you may provide about your business if you interact with Ring as a representative of a vendor or business partner of ours; and
  • inference data, such as information about your interest in different Ring products and services.
    2. Categories of personal information disclosed for a business purpose. The personal information that Ring disclosed to the third parties identified in the “Information Sharing” section of the Ring Privacy Notice about consumers for a business purpose in the twelve months prior to the effective date of this Disclosure falls into the following categories established by the California Privacy Rights Act:
  • identifiers such as your name, address, phone numbers, or IP address, for example if you choose to connect with us through our customer support;
  • personal information, such as payment card details, for example if we use a third-party payment processor;
  • information that may reveal your age, gender, or other protected classifications, for example if you choose to participate in a survey distributed by a survey provider;
  • commercial information, such as the details of a product or service you purchased if a third-party service provider is assisting to provide that product or service to you;
  • internet or other electronic network activity information, such as crash reports for analyzing the health of our devices and services;
  • geolocation data, which may constitute precise geolocation data, such as if you choose to share it with users of Amazon’s Sidewalk;
  • audio or visual information, for example recordings of customer service phone calls for quality assurance purposes; and
  • professional information, for example data you may provide about your business if you interact with Ring as a representative of a vendor or business partner of ours in order to conduct business between our companies.
    3. Your Data Rights: You may have certain data rights under state privacy laws, including to request information about the collection of your personal information by Ring, to access your personal information in a portable format, and to correct or delete your personal information. If you wish to do any of these things, please visit here or contact Customer Service. You may also have the right to appeal the denial of any of these rights by contacting Customer Service. Depending on your data choices, certain services may be limited or unavailable.

    To ensure the security of your Ring account, we will generally ask you to verify your request using the contact information you have already provided. If you do not have an account, or if you are an authorized agent under applicable state law, please contact Customer Service.
    4. No Sale or Sharing of Personal Information. In the twelve months prior to the effective date of this Disclosure, Ring has not sold or shared any personal information of consumers, as those terms are defined under the California Privacy Rights Act.
    5. California Privacy Rights Act Sensitive Personal Information Disclosure. The categories of data that Ring collects and discloses for a business purpose include “sensitive personal information” as defined under the California Privacy Rights Act. Ring does not use or disclose sensitive personal information for any purpose not expressly permitted by the California Privacy Rights Act.
    6. California Privacy Rights Act Retention Disclosure. We keep your personal information to enable your continued use of Ring Services, for as long as it is required in order to fulfill the relevant purposes described in the Ring Privacy Notice, as permitted or as may be required by law, or as otherwise communicated to you.
    7. California Privacy Rights Act Non-discrimination Statement. Ring will not discriminate against any consumer for exercising their rights under the California Privacy Rights Act.
    8. California Privacy Rights Act, Colorado Privacy Act, Connecticut Data Privacy Act, Utah Consumer Privacy Act, and Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act De-identified Data Disclosure. Ring may use de-identified data in some instances. Ring either maintains such data without attempting to re-identify it or treats such data as personal data subject to applicable law.
    9. Colorado Privacy Act Profiling Disclosure. Ring does not engage in profiling of consumers in furtherance of automated decisions that produce legal or similarly significant effects, as those terms are defined under the Colorado Privacy Act.

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