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- Researchers found fingerprints of more than 1 million people stored by a biometrics company to be vulnerable to breach
- New York City’s contactless transit payment system hit 1 million transactions in its first 10 weeks
- Cannabis could become a $60 billion industry in the US. That’s more than double the market for vitamins and supplements.