Data privacy management firm TRUSTe followed up on its work with the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) to create a smart grid privacy seal by creating a day-long Internet of Things Privacy Summit, which concluded yesterday in Silicon Valley. The event had 26 speakers exploring the future of connected technology and its implications. Finally, the event finished with a debate on whether privacy “is even possible” in the Internet of Things era. The full event is archived and available for viewing. Following the event, TRUSTe announced an Internet of Things Privacy Tech Working Group, which includes the FPF, along with the Online Trust Alliance, the Center for Democracy & Technology and others. The group will begin meeting in the next three months and will report out findings at the next Internet of Things Privacy Summit in June of 2015.
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