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Porn-Surfing Smart Fridge Is a Terrifying Look Into Our Horny Future

While almost nobody needs a panini press that can sign into Twitter, the powers that be clearly believe otherwise, adding internet connectivity to many of the pleasantly dumb devices that used to populate our homes. This raises a number of obvious security concerns and one equally serious, but far less discussed issue: porn on everything, always. Read more...
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