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A friendly reminder from the FBI: Your smart TV could let hackers in

The Age Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
Your smart TV probably watches you more closely than you watch it, the Federal Bureau of Investigations warned consumers last week.
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You know that big, beautiful smart TV you bought on Black Friday? According to the FBI Portland, hackers can use its camera to spy on you.

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