Episode 1: Piratism, Cloud, Big Data and Microsoft Needs Love

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Episode Notes
Here’s the TechRepublic Article about IBM using sensors to monitor household habits.

It turns out the rise of IoT cloud connected fridges ruling over mankind in a post apocalyptic world wasn’t as ridiculous as we thought. There’s a few articles online about hacking these devices (in fairness, often due to poor end-user management) including this article about Fridges being turned into spam networks.

In response to the iCloud ‘hacks’ – Apple have beefed up their security. Better late than never.

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