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Is there a duty of device security? U.S. regulator fires warning shot over obligations of IoT manufacturers

A complaint filed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission against D-Link Corporation, a Taiwanese computer networking equipment manufacturer, and its U.S. subsidiary, is raising questions about the extent of responsibility that networking equipment manufacturers may have for the security of their products, and how much of that responsibility rests with consumers and end users.

 

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Hackable Barbies, malicious POODLEs: PIPEDA compliance and the Internet of Things

She stands just under a foot tall, has a résumé that includes such storied accomplishments as astronaut, registered nurse, and Presidential candidate. Whether cropped or worn shoulder-length, her iconic blonde hair has been inspiring popular culture since well before Madonna. She’s owned more dream homes than most real estate magnates, and earlier last month Barbie tried out a brand new accessory that has been turning heads ever since—an AzureWave AW-CU300E 802.11 b/g/n WiFi Microcontroller Module.

 

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