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FTC Hearing IoT Privacy Concerns

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junko.yoshida
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Privacy guidelines
junko.yoshida   1/4/2014 6:45:53 AM
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I could be wrong here, but I would assume that companies like IBM, advocating "smarter plant," should have its own internal privacy guidelines or best practice documents that tell its people and customers -- how IBM plans to protect privacy of people when the company executes on data collection.

I wonder if each company -- in the business of data collection -- has such guidelines, and if so, I would love to know what they might look like.

And if they don't, why not.

 

 

Susan Rambo
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Jan 10 deadline to submit comments to FTC
Susan Rambo   1/2/2014 2:16:49 PM
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"The Commission is accepting comments on privacy and security topics until January 10, 2014."

Thanks Tom for pointing out that comments are due by January 10th.

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