The Register: UK.gov emits draft IoT and smartphone security law for Parliamentary scrutiny

The Register: UK.gov emits draft IoT and smartphone security law for Parliamentary scrutiny. “A new British IoT product security law is racing through the House of Commons, with the government boasting it will outlaw default admin passwords and more. The Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (PSTI) Bill was introduced yesterday and is intended to drive up security standards in consumer tech gadgetry, ranging from IoT devices to phones, fondleslabs, smart TVs, and so on.” I got the meaning from context but I still looked up fondleslab.

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