The Economist: "Wi-Fi signals could prove useful for spies"

Jan 25, 2023

In this article for The Economist, Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel writes about experiments by a team at Carnegie Mellon that demonstrated how Wi-Fi signals can be used to spy on people in their homes.

Wi-Fi signals could prove useful for spies

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