Arkansas Social Media Consent Law

Arkansas Social Media Consent Law, Android Malware Invasion, New Method of Keyless Car Theft

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Is Arkansas taking the right step to protect children online? A new law passed in the state makes it illegal for minors to use social media without their parent or guardian’s consent.

Over 60 Android apps on the Google Play Store with more than 100 million downloads have been infiltrated by the new “Tekya” malware. The malware can commit ad fraud and steal Facebook credentials.

Criminals are stealing keyless cars in under two minutes with a previously unknown method involving intercepting the signal between the car key and the car.

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Arkansas Makes It Illegal For Minors to Be on Social Media Without Parental Consent

Android malware infiltrates 60 Google Play apps with 100M installs

There’s a new form of keyless car theft that works in under 2 minutes

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