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#WatchOut: Disturbing security flaws in smartwatches for children

The Norwegian Consumer Council (NCC) has uncovered significant security flaws, unreliable safety features and a lack of consumer protection in smartwatches for children. 

This comes as Consumers International releases a report, 'Testing our trust: consumers and the Internet of Things', looking at connected devices and the consumer protection implications.
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Disturbing security flaws in smartwatches for children

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