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FTC report on IoT calls for self-regulation on security, privacy

Briefs | 01/28/2015 4:08 pm EST

On Monday the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a report on the Internet of Things that calls for manufacturers to implement strong self-regulation regarding security and privacy concerns and suggests regulators are taking a hard look at the companies promising a connected future.

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