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Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) is concerned about the fingerprint swipe password feature on Apple’s latest iPhone release. In a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Franken wrote, “Passwords are secret and dynamic; fingerprints are public and permanent … If someone hacks your password, you can change it—as many times as you want. You can’t change your fingerprints.” Franken asked Cook to answer questions on how fingerprint data will be protected and with which third parties it may be shared. Meanwhile, a group of hackers in Germany say they have successfully hacked the fingerprint feature.
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