Internet of Things
The development of the internet in which everyday objects – cell phones, wearable devices, cars, washing machines, refrigerators – are connected so that they can send and receive information from each other is known as the internet of things.
The internet of things has the capacity to change the way we live and work. In addition to security implications, as the internet of things is based on the autonomous collection of data by machines, it also raises privacy concerns.
Keynote speech by Giovanni Buttarelli to the Privacy and Security Conference 2016, Rust am Neusiedler See, Austria
EDPS response to the Commission public consultation on the regulatory environment for platforms, online intermediaries, data and cloud computing and the collaborative economy, 15 December 2015
Keynote speech by Giovanni Buttarelli at the 6th International e-Democracy 2015 Conference on Citizen rights in the world of the new computing paradigms, Athens, Greece