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Why passwords could soon become a thing of the past

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Imagine how nice it would be to live in a world without passwords. It may not be an impossible dream. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk visits Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington, to see how the tech giant is working to put an end to password protection.