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Lawmakers Strive To Protect Homeowners From Having Their Digital Assistants Hacked

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Lawmakers Strive To Protect Homeowners From Having Their Digital Assistants Hacked

Lawmakers Strive To Protect Homeowners From Having Their Digital Assistants Hacked

As internet-connected devices become more and more popular, it follows that there is more personal data floating around.

Now, lawmakers are starting to look at new ways to help protect consumers and ensure their data isn’t being put at risk by the companies that hold it.

According to Digital Trends, Sen.

Mark Warner (D-VA) has introduced The Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2019.

While the details of the bill are sparse, it would create new requirements for internet-connected devices.

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