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This week: federal regulators are looking for answers about the problem of getting mobile OS security
 
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This week: federal regulators are looking for answers about the problem of getting mobile OS security updates to users in a timely manner, a warning that keyboard apps that may be transmitting your keystrokes to a third party, and more.

FCC, FTC Investigate Mobile Security Update Practices | Threatpost
Your Keyboard App Is Hoarding Your Data | Motherboard
Apple's uphill battle with China is a reminder that there's no such thing as "borderless" tech | Quartz
Lego-Driven Robot Programmed To Hack Gesture-Based Security | Motherboard
This is what a root debug backdoor in a Linux kernel looks like | The Register
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