The White House finished their brief review of Big Data and privacy, presenting a technical report and policy recommendations to Presi
The White House requested comments as part of President Obama's review of Big Data and privacy, in a more formal fashion than their
Senator Blumenthal on what worries him about data security, consumer privacy, and the Internet of Things
“What worries me is what worries consumers,” said Senator Richard Blumenthal (R-CT). “(1) Security and (2) privacy.”
Ubiquitous Data: Privacy and Security in a Connected World (Last in a 5-part series on the Internet of Things)
In an innovative environment, where seemingly every innocuous device can be connected to the Internet…and to everything else, what do technology developers, consumers, and the survey, opinion and m
Smart Home, Smart Health, Smart Cars: What will inter-connected devices mean for users and data users? (Part 4 in a 5-part series)
In case you didn’t know it, all your home appliances are connected devices.
In the 1970’s, a mobile device was a van full of monster-size computer equipment.
We need to empower consumers through the Internet of Things to create “a sustainable data ecosystem that is centered on the individual.” That was the message from Carolyn Nguyen, director of Micros
The Internet of Things: Connected devices are changing the world for consumers and data users (Part 1 in a series)
More things are connected to the Internet these days than people.