FCC Studying Security Bugs on Mobile Carriers' Technology

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said it is studying mobile carriers' use of decades-old communications technology with known security bugs after "60 Minutes" reported it could be remotely exploited to spy on callers. The CBS news program "60 Minutes" on Sunday showed German computer scientist Karsten Nohl remotely spy on a mobile phone used by U.S. Representative Ted Lieu.