- July 29, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
FOX Business’ Kurt Knutsson, known as The CyberGuy, argues QR code menus, which many restaurants have adopted to replace paper menus amid the pandemic, can come at a cost.
FOX Business’ Kurt Knutsson, known as The CyberGuy, joined FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria” and discussed the risks and privacy issues that can come with QR codes menus, which many restaurants have adopted to replace paper menus amid the pandemic.
KURT KNUTSSON: Chances are you never thought about what’s between your food and the QR code menu you used to order at many restaurant. Those QR code menus were hardly ever seen until 18 months ago. That pandemic changed everything. Shared menus were replaced with pointing your phone camera at a QR code. It opens the restaurant’s website to display the menu. Other QR codes are linked to sophisticated systems that also take orders and charge customers. Sounds great.
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