Smart TVs . . . Fitness trackers . . . Automated thermostats . . . Self-driving cars . . .Read more
Children are more connected than ever and often miles ahead of their parents when it comes to navigating the Internet and mobile applications (apps).Read more
On April 20th, 2011, our Office is holding the third Insights on Privacy armchair discussion. We heard in February about what motivates us to reveal or conceal details of our personal lives, and how we protect the private lives of others around us.Read more
While there are always advance warnings about the potential privacy risks of emerging technologies, it usually takes a “killer app” for people to take notice of the real dangers. For geotagging, that app is the rather aptly named creepy.Read more
Loyalty discounts, the power of recommendations, serendipitous encounters with friends and colleagues, recognition badges, and stalkers. I think that’s a fair summary of most commentary about the growth of location-enabled services and tools.Read more
The intersection of geolocational apps and social media has produced… virtual graffiti.Read more
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