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With innovative and in vogue “smart home” devices, you can control your home’s lighting, temperature, sprinkler system, door locks, TV, even dinner … all with a smartphone app. Maybe that’s why these high-tech household helpers are already in millions of American homes — with predictions that by decade’s end, up to 50 billion devices will be connected to the internet, including those using a home Wi-Fi network.
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Identity theft has become so prevalent that some regulators say it’s not a matter of if you’ll become a victim, but when.
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Think you’re safer paying with cash? Not always. For instance, holiday shopping means mall pickpockets are on the prowl.
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JPMorgan Chase and at least four other major U.S. financial institutions are reporting hack attacks by cyber criminals who lifted customers’ personal information, according to published accounts.
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