Who's in charge of regulating the Internet of Things?
The "Internet of Things" refers to a group of technology so vast the term is beginning to lose meaning. The Internet of Things hints at a vision of a ubiquitous network of electronics: refrigerators pinging their owners' smartphones if they've run out of eggs, wearable devices that can detect the tell-tale vibrations of nuclear testing, and cars slowing down based on proximity to other cars. The future of the internet of things is a rich web of sensors constantly amassing more data.
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