Security experts raise privacy concerns about Internet connected technology
London: Security experts have raised privacy concerns about Internet connected devices, which were the theme of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year.
Analysts said that the governments will also need to deal with the privacy and security aspects of the "internet of things" controlling the amount of data gathered by them about the consumers, the BBC reports.
Hi-tech firms have released a plethora of formerly dumb products at CES this year, and they can gather and share data about what they and their owners do.
Smart lighting systems, Skype-connected baby monitors, a Bluetooth enabled meat thermometer and smart ovens were all unveiled at the Las Vegas show.
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