Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Personal Data Privacy in Wearable Tech
The industry is concerned with personal data privacy in wearable tech you buy and use. The personal data privacy in wearable tech that is collected has gotten the attention of the consumer electronic industry and have promulgated some guidelines. They has set a voluntary standard of principles to follow.
The CEA, Consumer Electronics Association has set some principles address for the industry addressing personal data privacy in wearable tech. The concern is with the data the wearable tech can produce and what will be done with it.
The points or principles are as follows and they are aspirational in a homily form: They addressed security and the company’s responsibilities; emphasized consumer need to know about policy and practice as it relates to comfort and confidence in using the wearable tech; noticed the need for clear and concise notices on how the data collected will be used; stressed transparency in how third-parties may transfer collected data; and underscored the importance of fairness in handling the data results that are generated against the unwelcomed circumstances that may emerge.
The principles ended with ideas on how to enhance the ability review personal data, correct it, and delete it; enhance how consumers will have control over how the data is communicated; and enhance the privacy balanced with governments request for personal data. By all means these are in developmental stages which require consumer input and industry implementation of these principles.
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