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The Internet of Things – IoT: Unintended Consequences

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The central premise of the IoT is simple: when everything gets connected we can analyse, anticipate and predict events.

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The Internet of Things – IoT: Unintended Consequences

The Internet of Things – IoT: Unintended Consequences

The central premise of the IoT is simple: when everything gets connected we can analyse, anticipate and predict events.

The Internet of Things and its unintended consequences: why we should proceed with caution

The Internet of Things and its unintended consequences: why we should proceed with caution

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