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Disturbing security flaws in smartwatches for children

New research from the Norwegian Consumer Council has uncovered significant security flaws, unreliable safety features and a lack of consumer protection in smartwatches for children.

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Smart cities for smart consumers: Celebrating World Standards Day

To mark World Standards Day, we explore the vital role that standards can play in ensuring that modern cities are safer, cleaner and ‘smarter’ places to live.

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