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Google’s creepy plan to kill the password

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In the grab bag of Google/Alphabet’s big projects for 2016 is Project Abacus. It’s basically the company’s plot to kill the password in cold blood, by replacing…

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.engadget.com

Strong authentication is much needed and good, but harvesting all your personal data is bad. You can create the most sophisticated AI based entry system, but it will still be of no use when the communication and central servers and clouds are still open holes for exploitation.

Google will now have an even better profile of you that they will sell to the highest bidder.

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