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Security? We haven't heard of it, says hacker magnet VTech

djack

In a previous article about security vulnerabilities, I argued that imposing criminal charges for producing an insecure service or product was counterproductive, but there should be serious consequences for flagrant negligence, especially in how the company responds to the issue.

This is one example of where somebody at 'c' level needs to be facing the beak.

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