For everyone concerned about online privacy, ISO/IEC 29184 has just been published.
Devices such as these collect and process your personal data. That might include geographical and biometric data, or the frequency and timing of interactions with the device. That’s legitimate, and useful for those who want to be able to get an objective insight into, say, their sleeping habits. But it also provides lucrative opportunities to companies who use such data to market their products and services, often without our informed consent.
The new International Standard to help protect online privacy can be bought from the ISO Store.