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    How to Protect Your Fridge from Hackersi
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    January 29, 2016 10:29 PM
    Experts say slowly but inevitably all our appliances and gadgets — from ovens, TVs and refrigerators to wallets, computers and cars — will be interconnected through the giant network called the Internet of Things.' It will make our lives easier, they say, by making the things automatically take care of more mundane tasks of everyday life. On the downside, it will make us more vulnerable, too. VOA's George Putic reports.

    How to Protect Your Fridge from Hackers

    Published January 29, 2016

    Experts say slowly but inevitably all our appliances and gadgets — from ovens, TVs and refrigerators to wallets, computers and cars — will be interconnected through the giant network called the Internet of Things.' It will make our lives easier, they say, by making the things automatically take care of more mundane tasks of everyday life. On the downside, it will make us more vulnerable, too. VOA's George Putic reports.


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