It's smart for consumers to consider the devices they purchase and then connect to the Web, and to not rush to be an early adopter. After all, computers and the Internet have been around for decades, and they are still subject to frequent hacks. I don't mean to be an alarmist. Serious hackers generally seek financial information or government securities, not thrills. Even so, the threat of being hacked when driving down the interstate at 65 mph is real, and it's scary.
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