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Your Wi-Fi router could spy exactly where you are in a room



Your humble Wi-Fi router (opens in new tab) signal could be used to track your movements around a  room, bat style, a new report has claimed.

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University recently published a report in which they detailed an experiment using ordinary off-the-shelf Wi-Fi routers to detect people’s locations, as well as their poses, in a room. 



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