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WikiLeaks claims Samsung TVs are spying on you

By Bloomberg
09 March 2017   |   4:49 am
For a company that has been mired in negative headlines for months, just about the last thing Samsung Electronics Co. needed was news its smart TVs could be used to spy on users.

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