New method detects guns and bombs using Wi-Fi, US sees 16.3 billion spam calls in 2018 and more

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In Thursday's Money Matters, Jane King discusses a new system that can detect guns and bombs using Wi-Fi, a robocall watchdog that reports more than 16.3 billion spam calls in the US and the big bucks being made through selling fake social media popularity.

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