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Drones are also big in spying news, but did you know there are items in your own home that collect data about you and how you use them? That information could be available to criminals if the networks they connect to are hacked into. Here, ABC News has compiled a list of appliances and other household items that could be spying on you:
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A security flaw allowed security firm ReVuln to hack into Samsung's newest televisions last year, accessing users' settings, installing malware on the TVs and any connected devices and harvesting users' private information. Samsung has since fixed the flaw, but it raises bigger security questions with it comes to your TV.