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In some instances, the user profile 3163 i includes user preferences 31631, user settings 31632, associated devices information 31633, and associated events information 31634. In some instances, the user profile 3163 i includes only a subset of the above data. In some instances, the user profile 3163 i includes additional user information not shown such as information regarding other users associated with the user i. The associated devices information 31633 includes information regarding devices associated with the user i such as devices within the user's smart home environment 100 and/or client devices 220. In some instances, associated devices information 31633 includes a link, pointer, or reference to a corresponding device profile 3165. Associated events information 31634 includes information regarding events associated with user i such as events in which user i was identified, events for which user i was notified, events corresponding to user i's smart home environment 100, and the like.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Fear of loss of comfort and protection is one of those conditions hard wired into us as a species. ‘Mine’ draws a line in the sand between the perceived inner world and the outer world. From this stems a need to control not only the apparent controllables, but also random happenings and any other events which may lead to loss; risk management at a very personal level. Even though Doorbell Cameras are considered a realistic way to curtail crime, the owners and installers of these devices often violate ethical considerations, both at a personal level and at a social level. Reasonable expectation of privacy is a topic we all assume to be for our own benefit and as a deterrent to crime. Yet without notifying those being filmed or photographed, we may be breaking laws. In most states it is only legal to film one’s own front door. If a neighbor’s home, particularly the inside of said home, is in the video the owner of the camera could be breaking the law due to the cone of visibility. They must procure the neighbor’s consent to be filmed. Yet, such considerations are rarely valued when doorbell cameras are installed and used. The fear of personal loss trumps others’ reasonable expectation of privacy.