Tag Archive: IoT privacy

Jan 04 2017

European Commission Comments on Connected Cars and Privacy

In exchange for technology advances that make our day-to-day lives easier and safer, we are providing more and more personal information. Connected cars are an example of advances in technology that make our lives easier and safer. Today, cars use networks of internal computers that can use hundreds of sensors to collect information about our …

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Jun 07 2016

The Privacy Implications of Home Monitoring – Summit Preview

The rapid rise of the Internet of Things—always-on devices equipped with sensors and transmitting chips that allow for the continual collection and communication of user-generated data—has begun to transform areas as diverse as connected cars, cooking, smart infrastructure, digital healthcare, agriculture and industrial channels. While each of these domains is sensitive, and necessitates the rigorous …

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May 23 2016

Privacy Risk Summit Preview: Privacy by Design for IoT

The Internet of Things (or the Internet of Everything, as some refer to it) is changing the way of the world for businesses, governments and consumers, as devices and services are increasingly connected to the Internet in real-time, 24/7. This allows for the practically ubiquitous collection, storage and sharing of data on an always-on basis, …

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Jun 04 2015

Privacy & The Internet of Things: The Importance of Transparency in Accounting for What We Can’t See

By Jessica Groopman, Industry Analyst, Altimeter Group Perhaps the most important lesson the Internet has taught us is that connectivity itself has infinite implications—for good, bad, and most importantly, the unforeseen. We’ve watched digital transform entire industries like publishing, media, music, and retail. As we enter into the next phase of the Internet—the so-called Internet …

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May 29 2014

Internet of Things Industry Brings Data Explosion, but Growth Could be Impacted by Consumer Privacy Concerns

New research for TRUSTe released today, shows that consumer privacy concerns (#iotprivacy), could hinder the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) market. The research findings in the U.S. and Great Britain reveal that 59% of U.S. internet users and 47% of British internet users know that smart devices, such as smart TVs, fitness devices …

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