Privacy, Society and the Internet of Things

O’Reilly Media

This webcast will explore how the Internet of Things implicates privacy and, by extension, what it means for society. Listeners will take away:
a sense of what is meant by the 'Internet of Things,' which does not have an agreed-upon definition
a better sense of the nature of 'privacy' in a modern context
an exploration of historical privacy concerns leading to an understanding of what is different today
a broad discussion of how society, regulation and technology interrelate and interact
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