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Default Wireless carriers aren’t keen on remote ‘kill switch’

A sudden rise in smartphone and portable electronics theft has forced police authorities, smartphone manufacturers, wireless carriers, and politicians to come together and try to find a way to better protect consumers. Earlier in the year, police authorities, prosecutors and lawmakers part of the “Secure Our Smartphones Initiative” coalition called for the use of a [...]

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