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Considering the sweeping regulations and laws meant to safeguard children’s privacy in particular, you might think electronic devices and connected toys for kids would be particularly safe and secure. We generally regard children’s privacy as sacrosanct — kids are particularly vulnerable to advertisers, marketers, predators, and more.

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A recent IDC survey found 84% of U.S. consumers are concerned about the privacy of their personal information, with 70% saying their concern is greater today than it was a few years ago. These concerns of consumers should also alarm businesses: Consumers are willing to switch to another bank, medical center or retailer if they […]

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The big message coming out of CES 2017 is that the Internet of Things (IoT) is coming into your life whether you like it or not. Appliance manufacturers are following television manufacturers and making “smart” a standard feature, not an upsell. Home Automation and IoT aficionado Stacy Higginbotham reported that she saw everything connected at […]

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