Report: Health Wearable Devices in the Big Data Era

The report documents a number of current digital health marketing practices that threaten the privacy of consumer health...

Former Uber Employee Claims Violations of Privacy Rights

A former Uber employee is suing the company for whistleblower retaliation, exposing a startling set of claims about data privacy...

Privacy and Consumer Groups Bring Complaint about Toys That Spy

Privacy and consumer watchdog groups have filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission about toys that are insecure enough...

Gilad Rosner’s podcast on IoT privacy and state actors

IoT Privacy Forum founder Gilad Rosner features in the latest episode of O'Reilly's Hardware Podcast, discussing his research for...

Webcast: Privacy, Society & the Internet of Things

It's an exploration of the many meanings of 'privacy,' the privacy risks implied by a world of connected devices, and some of the...

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In the age of connected devices, will our privacy regulations be good enough?

Did you read a privacy policy in full today? According to research from Carnegie Mellon in 2008, it will take you an average of 76...

Law is Code

While waiting for a taxi in Barcelona, my friend, irritated at waiting for one to appear, told me that Uber was made illegal in...

Collection Limitation and the IoT

One of the debates in privacy is the continuing feasibility of Collection Limitation as a data protection principle.

ACLU posts on power, bureaucracy and the Internet of Things

Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst for the ACLU Speech, Privacy & Technology Project, is doing a series of posts on the IoT. The...