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Internet-connected devices are steadily eroding privacy at home

Internet-connected devices are steadily eroding privacy at home


On Tuesday June 25, 2019, Axios wrote:
IoT devices can pick up your voice, interests, habits, TV preferences, meals and all sorts of other sensitive data.

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