The tool is designed to provide guidance on best practices for securing Internet of Things (IoT) and smart infrastructures, particularly focusing on smartphone security measures.
Smart home devices are collecting more personal data than required for their functioning, potentially sharing it with social media firms like TikTok, according to a report by consumer advocacy group Which?.
Fitbit, the Google-owned fitness tracking company, is facing complaints for alleged violation of the EU’s GDPR privacy rules, filed by privacy advocacy group Noyb in Austria, the Netherlands, and Italy.
French privacy watchdog CNIL is calling for an update of the regulatory framework on surveillance devices to accommodate the rise in so-called "smart cameras".
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