Smart Appliances Eavesdropping on Your Personal Identity

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Mike Galley of WRNJ welcomes Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist Heather Wagenhals to warn listeners of smart appliances eavesdropping on your personal identity in places you had no idea were possible.

Tune in to this interview as Heather shocks listeners by revealing ways your phone, Amazon Echo and other electronic devices are spying on you and stealing your identity through smart appliances.

In this interview we find out how to avoid these electronic devices and how you can better protect your identity the next time you make a phone call or open your refrigerator door!

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