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Do renters have the right to reject smart home technology?

by Molly Wood Mar 5, 2019
Some tenants prefer to keep their apartments dumb.
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Apple scrambles to fix FaceTime bug

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 29, 2019
A bug in Apple’s FaceTime, news of which filled social media channels and tech news sites this week, could have allowed a caller to listen to the audio from an iPhone she or he is calling, even before the person…
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New tech doorbells can record video, and that's an ethics problem

by Molly Wood Jan 17, 2019
They might be recording a lot more than who's at the front door.
Part of the problem with doorbell cameras is that their owners are filming a lot more territory than the terms of service say they should, says Laura Norén, director of research at Obsidian Security.
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Google Plus users exposed to security vulnerability

by Jed Kim Oct 9, 2018
A software glitch left private data of more than 496,000 users of the social media network open to potential misuse.
Google's European headquarters in Dublin in 2010.
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First, LA welcomes subway body scanners. Next, a major city near you?

by Renata Sago Sep 17, 2018
Questions loom about the new technology, like whether it has potential to keep travelers safe, or if it's just security theater.
Officers tested out the mobile units during a demonstration at Los Angeles Union Station. 
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Facial scan technology makes debut in airports

by Renata Sago Aug 16, 2018
How does the technology work, and what does it offer beyond the old stand by — a set of human eyes?
Biometric boarding uses measurements of facial features to match passengers' images against passport photo data on file with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
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Fax machines too often an unguarded gateway into corporate data systems

by Erika Beras Aug 14, 2018
There was a time when the chugging of fax machines was heard in every office. No longer since e-mail and instant messaging services took over our lives. Even so, many of those big, industrial scanner/printer/copiers in offices also have built…
Fax machines can be a huge security risk for companies.  
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Is security fatigue keeping companies from being secure?

by Molly Wood Aug 2, 2018
With so many reports about hacks and breaches, is security staff getting burnt out?
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In a historic summit, President Trump pitches North Korea's Kim Jong Un with a movie trailer

by Jennifer Pak Jun 12, 2018
Plus, we take a look at how locals are reacting.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump during their historic summit at the Capella Singapore hotel on Sentosa Island on Tuesday.
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Are we trading security for emojis on Venmo?

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Jun 1, 2018
The Federal Trade Commission found the app's security and privacy protections disclosures lacking.
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