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Smart home devices have a big data problem, and it's growing

That trend, to start making customers pay to access data, dovetails with research found by Parks Associates earlier this year, which noted that new smart home security customers spend about $55, on average, each month for these services. But companies that started several years ago, were more eager for people to adopt their products, and gave this data storage away for free.From the article

"Smart home devices have a big data problem, and it's growing" by Lauren Barack.



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