Privacy, When Your Shoes Track Every Step
NYTimes - over 3 years
A camera that lets you check on your sleeping baby? Very cool. A camera that lets hackers broadcast live video of your sleeping baby? Less cool.
Businesses, regulators and consumers are just beginning to see the potential of the Internet of Things, in which more and more objects become networked -- not only cameras, but also dishwashers, running shoes, parking spaces ... you name it. At the same time, privacy advocates are raising alarms.
What are some of the most exciting possibilities for Internet-connected objects, and how can we minimize the risks that come with them?
Better Engineering, and Better Laws
Aleecia M. McDonald, Center for Internet and Society
When Government Joins the Internet of Things
Brett Goldstein, former chief data officer, Chicago
Minimizing Risk Is Easy: Adopt a Bill of Rights
Limor Fried, engineer, Adafruit Industries
Doing More, and Doing It