Bezos can only hope that a disgruntled employee didn’t make copies of his home video camera feeds.

At the same time, the source said, Ring unnecessarily provided executives and engineers in the U.S. with highly privileged access to the company’s technical support video portal, allowing unfiltered, round-the-clock live feeds from some customer cameras, regardless of whether they needed access to this extremely sensitive data to do their jobs.

Although it would be an ironic turn for tech executives who seem to have no problem playing fast and loose with consumers’ privacy.