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  • Smartphones getting smarter

    UnifyID chief executive John Whaley talks about how smartphones can use 'implicit authentication' so that users don't need to always be identifying themselves on the internet.

UnifyID chief executive John Whaley talks about how smartphones can use 'implicit authentication' so that users don't need to always be identifying themselves on the internet. tjohnson@mcclatchydc.com
UnifyID chief executive John Whaley talks about how smartphones can use 'implicit authentication' so that users don't need to always be identifying themselves on the internet. tjohnson@mcclatchydc.com

Smartphones have you pegged, and for better or worse they’ll soon ID you

February 27, 2017 6:00 AM