Samsung Privacy Policy Warns Users Of Smart TV Spying On Them

A study from Consumer Reports found that top smart TV models can be hacked

  • Additionally, TV manufacturers can spy on your family through them

  • The report outlines which products are worst in terms of security and privacy

  • This includes devices from Samsung and TCL, and those running Roku platform 

  • Smart TVs are dominating the scene, making old-fashioned televisions a rarity

  • By Maggie O'Neill For >

    Published: 15:01 EDT, 9 February 2018 | Updated: 15:04 EDT, 9 February 2018


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