Russian investigators claim to have found household appliances imported from China which contain hidden microchips that pump spam data and malware into wi-fi networks, it has been reported.Authorities in St Petersburg allegedly discovered 20 to 30 kettles and irons with 'spy microchips that send some data to the foreign server'.The revelation comes just as the EU launches an investigation into claims that Russia itself bugged gifts to delegates at last month's G20 summit in an attempt to retrieve data from computers and telephones.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2480900/China-spying...Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on FacebookBetter get a 'spy sweeper' and check your new appliances for data collecting built in wi-fi chips....Some of the new refrigs and freezers have chips that can 'phone home' to the company to let them know of a problem in your appliance....t.
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