Designing Privacy Policies for Products and Devices in the Internet of Things

The connectivity of common devices, from watches to refrigerators, brings with it multiplying privacy challenges. Traditional ways of explaining privacy choices do not always work in this space, and manufacturers, consumers and regulators are struggling to find balance between privacy and convenience. Dana Rosenfeld and Crystal Skelton, Kelley Drye & Warren partner and associate, respectively, talked to the Cybersecurity Law Report about challenges and solutions for designing the Internet of Things for privacy. See also “Tackling Privacy and Cybersecurity Challenges While Fostering Innovation in the Internet of Things” (May 20, 2015).

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