11th August 2014
Tim Buckley Owen
Concerns about privacy and security where conventional mobile devices are concerned are being given greater urgency by the growth of wearable technology - the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). Regulatory authorities in Britain and the European Union are starting to take an interest, from both the data protection and intellectual property angles. But as Tim Buckley Owen discovers, related technological developments such as mobile wallets could threaten banks, and the control over your own big data that personal identity management can offer could expose the low value-add of much of the current credit rating marketplace.
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