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Tracking COVID-19 With the IoT May Put Your Privacy at Risk

The coronavirus pandemic is an opportunity to balance public health and personal privacy By Stacey Higginbotham The Internet of Things makes the invisible visible. That’s the IoT’s greatest feature, but also its biggest potential drawback. More sensors on more people means the IoT becomes a visible web of human connections that we can use to, say, track […]

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Internet of Things (IoT) Fleet Management Market Segmentation 2020 | Analyzing the Impact Followed by Restraints till 2029

Posted on January 23, 2020 by Dorothy Martin A recent market study published by Marketresearch.biz in its upcoming report outlook titled, ‘Internet of Things (IoT) Fleet Management Market: Global Industry Analysis and Astonishing Growth [2020-2029]” offers key market insights and emerging trends on the global Internet of Things (IoT) Fleet Management market. The report has offered an exhaustive […]

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Internet of Things Technology Will Connect Highways, Street Lights, and Vehicles

Cars have gotten smart. Can roads catch up? By Kathy Pretz Editor’s PicksIEEE Smart Cities Initiative Works to Help More Municipalities ModernizeCoral Gables’ Smart-City StrategyHow Self-Driving Cars Might Transform City Parking THE INSTITUTEAs more and more intelligent cars and autonomous vehicles hit the road, some engineers are thinking about what can be done to smarten up […]

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Design flaws create security vulnerabilities for ‘smart home’ internet-of-things devices

Date: May 2, 2019Source:North Carolina State UniversitySummary:Researchers find countermeasures for designers of security systems and other smart home devices. Researchers at North Carolina State University have identified design flaws in “smart home” Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices that allow third parties to prevent devices from sharing information. The flaws can be used to prevent security systems from […]

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Smart Devices and Privacy

A new smart device survey by Consumers International and the Internet Society highlights this seeming contradiction. Some 63 percent of people find connected devices to be “creepy,” and 75 percent don’t trust the way their data is shared by those devices, according to a survey of people in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, France, and the […]