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Senator Concerned About Apple's Fingerprint Tech

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Sen. Al Franken is concerned about Apple's use of fingerprint recognition technology in its new iPhone 5S. Franken says that while a password can be kept a secret and changed if it's hacked, fingerprints are permanent and are left on everything a person touches. In a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the Minnesota Democrat asks for more clarity on security questions.

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