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But Goodman focused on two main dangers when considering homes full of internet-connected devices. The first was, as she puts it, “the monetization of every move you make.” In an environment where every sip of milk, every hour of TV watched, and every board game played could be used to try to sell you something else—to say nothing of the potential bombardment of hyper-specific ads—people’s behavior might change. Maybe I want a glass of whiskey before going to bed, but I don’t want any systems logging it—would I pour one anyway? It’s not hard to imagine a “private drinking mode” or some sort of open-source app that could be used to conceal one’s true behavior from watchful devices.



https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2018/12/smart-home-devices-data-privacy/578425/?fbclid=IwAR3qJEyUbNDyvv2_DpcVjTLHXYkWrU_ZcKqsJl7VDl05_mOqdEM5NJJ9phc&utm_campaign=the-atlantic&utm_content=5c1c92fc4b73850001a12a5b_ta&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook




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mirex
 mirex      22.12.2018 - 21:47:43 , level: 1, UP   NEW
Veru, riziko ked su devices 'too smart' + 'connected to server'. Myslim ze je skvele, ked aspon jedno z toho nie je pravda, hlavne to 'connected to server'.