Criminals could control your thoughts and feelings by attacking implants .

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24  August  2016  .

We live in an interconnected age where wirelessly controlled computing devices make almost every aspect of our lives easier.

But they are also making us vulnerable to cyber-security attacks .

Today, nearly everything can be hacked, from cars to light bulbs. But perhaps the most concerning threat is the one posed by brain implants .

Writing for The Conversation, Laurie Pycroft a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford discusses how hackers could someday remotely control humans by taking over these devices . .

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