Episode 1308 – The World Cup In Qatar Is A Security And Privacy Nightmare

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The World Cup is being hosted in Qatar. In order to attend all visitors must install two apps. This episode talks about these apps and the security and privacy nightmare they bring to everyone.

Be aware, be safe.

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