Scarier than identity theft: the prospect of a stranger controlling your heart
By Matt RansfordPosted 03.13.2008 at 4:53 pm 3 Comments
Personal information in the digital realm is always susceptible to malicious activity. Passwords can be stolen from a database, credit card numbers swiped at the point of sale; even the new American passports contain RFID chips which critics claim can be surreptitiously read. Now, even a pacemaker can be hacked from the outside.