Rolling out to user accounts now, Control Center provides a centralized place for users to monitor the devices and shared users on their account and opt-out of receiving video requests from local police departments. The Authorized Client Devices section will show you every phone or computer that's currently logged into your Ring account. Curious if your local law departments have joined Ring's Neighbors app? It's also where you can go to manage the security of your Ring account and view who or what has access to it. It would be nice to add the ability to remove individual devices, especially for those instances when you forgot to sign out of a phone you've just upgraded from. If you share any of your videos with Ring's Neighbors network, then it's fair game for the police to access, view and download.
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Of course, that's after you've selected a password manager and started using unique and complex passwords for your accounts.
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Use it to manage their access to specific devices on your Ring account, send invites to new users, or revoke someone's access. Ring customers just need the latest version of the Android or iOS app installed on their device to get it. It's a voluntary request, so you don't have to submit anything if you don't want to. Control Center adds more than just a switch to stop you from receiving police requests.