The age of the Internet of Things is upon us. Interconnected devices that gather, aggregate and transmit personal information autonomously are pervasive throughout households. Your next generation gaming console is one such device. The Kinect 2.0—which ships this fall with Microsoft's Xbox One gaming console—has the unprecedented ability to recognize faces, track a user's position in space, observe vital signs and relay this information to Microsoft and others. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, David Tashroudian discusses the privacy concerns of such benefits.
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