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– Ever wonder how hackable your private webcams are?Not only are they hackable, a search engine exists that has a section devoted to unsecured webcam images, showing everything from cribs to kitchens to private laboratories, Ars Technica reports."The consumers are saying, ' We're not supposed to know anything about this stuff [cybersecurity]," he says."The vendors don't want to lift a finger to help users because it costs them money." Quartz suggests a relatively easy fix for worried webcam users: "Put a password on them." Still, the question of webcam security easily applies to other so-called "Internet of Things" devices—like cars and medical devices—and raises the possibility of government regulation.Among we can find countries like USA, Japan and European countries.Some examples are Germany, United Kingdom, France or Spain.(Tech site Slashdot going has a thread on the story.) The FTC has already accused over 50 companies of failing to secure services, products, or networks, and given Io T manufacturers guidance on proper security.
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