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Consent, non-identifying info should be reviewed with rise of Internet of Things, prof says

Thursday, November 30, 2017 @ 2:51 PM | By Amanda Jerome

How many items in your life are collecting personal data about you?

Sam Trosow, Western UniversityIf you drive a newer car, carry a cell phone, wear a fitness tracker, or have a “smart” refrigerator then chances are you have created multiple entry points into your home for companies to collect information about the way you live. But how many times did you actually consent to the collection of that data? And for how long does that “non-identifying information” remain non-identifying?

These are questions asked by Sam...