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Now even the FBI is warning about your smart TV’s security

CrunchGear Sunday, 1 December 2019
Now even the FBI is warning about your smart TV’s securityIf you just bought a smart TV on Black Friday or plan to buy one for Cyber Monday tomorrow, the FBI wants you to know a few things. Smart TVs are like regular television sets but with an internet connection. With the advent and growth of Netflix, Hulu and other streaming services, most saw internet-connected […]
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They say hackers can tap into unsecured Smart TV's.

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