Approaching Notice And Choice In The Internet Of Things
Law360, New York (September 15, 2016, 5:27 PM EDT) -- George A. Gasper
Siddharth Bose From cellphones and computers, to refrigerators and televisions, to vacuum cleaners and dishwashers, everyday devices of consumers' lives are increasingly connected to the internet (and to each other). While connected devices like fitness trackers and smart home devices have incredible benefits, they also raise significant privacy concerns. The expansive (and ever expanding) network of interconnected devices has also proliferated data collection. Devices now sense, measure, collect, analyze and transmit voluminous amounts of data. Each bit of data, either individually or when combined together with other data, has the potential to reveal personal or sensitive information about...
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