Privacy Patrol

Smart City Teams Must Focus on Protecting People's Data

Smart cities run on data—using everything from parking meter fees to electricity usage to drive greater efficiency and safety. But data from people can also be highly profitable, leaving some groups urging greater requirements around how smart-city projects collect and distribute information.
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