Personal privacy assistants in the age of the Internet of Things | Lorrie Cranor



We want our thermostat to know when nobody’s at home, but we don’t want others to find out. Lorrie Cranor, Director of Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory, is developing “personalised privacy assistants” that will help people maintain control over their data – if vendors adopt privacy standards.

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