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8 Feb, 2017 06:55

The TV that watches back

A new report says mobile data is set to increase sevenfold by 2021, putting a strain on mobile networks. Bianca Facchinei explains why Wall Street is expressing concern over President Trump’s talk on China, and why there are worries of a looming trade war. Manuel Rapalo tells us about the Vizio televisions that are watching back and gathering too much information on viewing habits, according to the FTC. Bart Chilton, former commissioner of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, says there are real consumer protections in the Dodd-Frank Act which are there to protect consumers and investors, but many Republicans are still anxious for its repeal. Alex Mihailovich explains why refugees from Syria and other countries may be looking at Canada as a plan B – something which is unnerving Silicon Valley companies looking for the best talent in the world.

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