In episode 149 for November 30th 2020: Police begin to pilot a program to live-stream Amazon Ring cameras, new details about Amazon Sidewalk, Congress unanimously passes a federal Internet of Things security law, and a Facebook Messenger bug that lets an attacker listen to you before you pick up a call.
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Police Will Pilot a Program to Live-Stream Amazon Ring Cameras
Congress unanimously passes federal IoT security law
Facebook Messenger Bug Lets Hackers Listen to You Before You Pick Up the Call
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