Bipartisan group introduces revised IoT Security bill

A bipartisan bill to encourage IoT security in equipment for federal use is back for legislative approval. In its revised form, it...

Report: The IoT and People with Disabilities

This paper explores the nuances of privacy considerations for people with disabilities using IoT services and provides...

Research: Alexa, Are You Listening?

Smart speakers with voice assistants, like Amazon Echo and Google Home, provide benefits and convenience but also raise privacy...

NIST White Paper on IoT Trust Concerns

NIST's white paper draft on IoT trust concerns is now available for public comment until November 16th

4th Amendment Protects Smart Meter Data

Last month, a US Court of Appeal in Naperville Smart Meter Awareness v. City of Naperville affirmed an earlier decision to protect...

New Resources page for IoT privacy pros

To facilitate collaboration, networking and general advances in addressing IoT privacy issues, the Forum has added a 'Resources'...

Clearly Opaque Report Cited in the Wall Street Journal

Stories of smart speaker cock-ups are doing the rounds more than ever. A new book by Matthew Hennessey, Zero Hour for Gen X: How...

Smart TV tracking capabilities raise concerns

Smart TVs have emerged as a leading privacy threat, competing with smart speakers to leverage consumers' habits, behavior and...