Is a stranger hacking your child's smart watch? Warning that loopholes in the devices are being targeted to track youngsters' movements

Smart watches sold to allow parents to keep track of their children and contact them in an emergency could be putting youngsters at risk.
Consumer experts have revealed that strangers can access the watches, which parents use to call youngsters, to spy on children.
As a result, the hi-tech devices, which can cost anything from £18 to £100, could be putting children in danger, rather than making them safer.
Now consumer experts in Britain and Europe are calling for a ban on the watches until the security flaws have been fixed.
Alarming security loopholes mean the watches, which include GPS... read more

18 October 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail

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