Erin Woo

technology reporter at the NY Times

Erin Woo on KCRW

“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

“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…

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