F.T.C. says webcam company has security flaws

Adriene Hill Sep 5, 2013
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F.T.C. says webcam company has security flaws

Adriene Hill Sep 5, 2013
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The Federal Trade Commission has ruled that products made by the home security company TRENDnet are not as secure as the company has advertised. It’s the first time the FTC has taken action to protect consumers from privacy invasions. TRENDnet sells cameras for a variety of home security purposes, including baby monitoring. Marketplace’s Adriene Hill joins Morning Report host David Brancaccio to discuss. 

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