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Tech View: The QR code conundrum poses good, bad outcomes

  • GEORGE F. LEE / 2021
                                Quick response codes make it easier to be directed to websites and have become common. However, be conscious that the code is valid and won’t link you to malware. Visitors hiking along the tracks of the Koko Crater Railway at Koko Head District Park pass a QR code for a GoFundMe site.

    GEORGE F. LEE / 2021

    Quick response codes make it easier to be directed to websites and have become common. However, be conscious that the code is valid and won’t link you to malware. Visitors hiking along the tracks of the Koko Crater Railway at Koko Head District Park pass a QR code for a GoFundMe site.

QR (quick response) codes have been around for years, and during the pandemic they became a common sight almost everywhere we go. Nearly every restaurant and bar moved to all-digital menus and added QR codes to their tables so guests could see the menu from their phone or smart devices. Read more

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