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Privacy And Security Come To The Fore For Connected Devices

Parks Associates research shows that almost half (47%) of US broadband households are concerned their private information stored on connected devices could be made public, and 47% of US broadband households are worried companies will sell their personal information. More than 40% of US broadband households are interested in services that protect privacy and manage online consumer information.

From the article "Privacy And Security Come To The Fore For Connected Devices" by Gabriel Miramar-Garcia.

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