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The day before the annual CPDP conference, EDRi (the association of civil and human rights organisations from across Europe) organised Privacy Camp 2017 with a panel on the Internet of Things. Here is a summary.

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During a recent presentation in our Privacy Seminar I realised there are actually two types of location privacy. And both are relevant for location based services and when thinking about the risk of portable devices and the Internet of Things.

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Spam used to refer to unsolicited email, but is slowly becoming a generic term for unsolicited data. There is Spam over Internet Telephony (called SPIT). And there is Spam in Augmented Reality (maybe we should call that SPAR?). How does it work, and what are the risks?

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Just read an interesting paper on the Internet of Things and privacy by Jeroen van der Hoven and Pieter Vermaas. According to them, privacy regulation is justified, because it aims to reach the following moral goals.

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Monday, June 7, the first IFIP WG 11.2 seminar on “Pervasive Systems Security” took place in Istanbul. There were a few interesting talks and observations, that I want to discuss here.

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Fokke & Sukke zijn altijd de agenda kwijt: “Volgens Google ligt hij op jouw bureau Sukke.” Deze strip van Fokke & Sukke geeft de essentie van het internet der dingen treffend weer: de virtuele wereld en de werkelijke, fysieke, wereld worden met elkaar verbonden zodat we via Internet kunnen zoeken naar onze agenda, kunnen zien of de kinderen al zijn thuisgekomen als we zelf wat langer op het werk zijn, en een berichtje krijgen wanneer de file op weg naar huis kort genoeg is.
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