Erin Woo

technology reporter at the NY Times

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“For consumers, it's really important to make sure that you know what you're scanning, you know where that's coming from, because that is definitely a possibility that you can hack or…

QR codes: Easier pandemic dining, but more data mining and threat to waiters’ work hours

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