Amazon's Ring offers $1 million prize for proof of UFOs

Ring, the smart home security device company owned by Amazon, is offering a $1 million prize for anyone who can capture "unaltered scientific evidence" of extraterrestrial life on their doorbell camera. In a blog post, Ring stated that with the increasing number of UFO sightings and evidence suggesting the existence of life beyond Earth, there is a possibility of extraterrestrial activity happening right outside people's front doors. Users are encouraged to submit videos to Ring's website, where they will be reviewed by a "Space and Extraterrestrial Expert." However, the chances of winning the prize are considered low, as organizations like NASA and SETI have been searching for alien life for decades without success.

The interest in UFOs and extraterrestrial life has been on the rise recently. In July, a former US intelligence official claimed that "non-human biologics" had been recovered from alleged UFO crash sites, although the Pentagon denied this. The US government has been tracking around 650 incidents of unexplained aerial phenomena (UAPs) in recent years. Additionally, a NASA report released last month found no evidence that aliens were behind the hundreds of unexplained sightings but did not rule out the possibility.

Ring's decision to enter the UFO hunt comes after the company faced accusations from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding customer privacy. The FTC claimed that Ring failed to protect customer privacy and allowed employees to access private videos. Ring settled the lawsuit by paying $5.8 million and implementing a new system for data security. The company has not yet responded to a request for comment on their UFO prize.

In summary, Ring is offering a $1 million prize for proof of aliens captured on their doorbell cameras. While the chances of winning are low, it reflects the growing interest in UFOs and extraterrestrial life. This announcement comes after Ring faced accusations regarding customer privacy, which the company has since addressed.


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