Does the Internet of Things signal the end of privacy as we know it?
Julian Pscheid
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“While you probably don’t need to worry yet about hackers invading every part of your private life”.

What if it as simple as we are taking the paranoia too seriously that we overvalue the potential risks, while undervaluing the benefits this also have potential give us?

Imagine for a moment if digital security and privacy would have been like 10 years ago, while everything else the same. Quite a few things have improved since then don’t you think?

Wouldn't it then be reasonable to assume that many of the issues you bring up like will be sorted at the same time as IoT matures?

Judging from the matured open debate about this it is in my opinion that too many worry too much about the risks. But that their arguments doesn’t pack the same punch...

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