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The decisions about whether or not to buy surveillance tech aren’t made by society; they’re made by individual Amazon customers.”

In the latest edition of Pattern Matching, OneZero’s weekly newsletter, senior writer Will Oremus tackles Ring’s controversial new device: a flying drone with a surveillance camera attached. It’s a stepping stone toward a more “invasive” future, digital surveillance expert Chris Gilliard says.

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