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UGA researcher's ChatterHub can successfully disclose cyber activity of smart hubs

The convenience of smart technology claims to make our lives easier. You can turn on your lights, lock your front door remotely and even adjust your thermostat with the click of a button. But new research from the University of Georgia suggests that smart home hubs potentially come with a cost—your personal security.

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The Lyndon House Arts Center presents the opening of Paradigm Shift: Paintings by Margaret Morrison, on June 8, 2023.  The exhibition, on view through September 1, 2023, includes a reception on Thursday, June 8 at 6 p.m. 

The University of Georgia and the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences today welcomes Anna Westerstahl Stenport as the 17th dean of UGA's oldest and largest college.

A new book of essays published by the UGA Press explores the links between climate justice and urban justice. Edited by Jennifer L.

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