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Enhancing Transparency and Consent in the IoT

Abstract : The development of the IoT raises specific questions in terms of privacy, especially with respect to information to users and consent. We argue that (1) all necessary information about collected data and the collecting devices should be communicated electronically to all data subjects in their range and (2) data subjects should be able to reply also electronically and express their own privacy choices. In this position paper, we take some examples of technologies and initiatives to illustrate our position (including direct and registry-based communications) and discuss them in the light of the GDPR and the WP29 recommendations.
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Victor Morel, Daniel Le Métayer, Mathieu Cunche, Claude Castelluccia. Enhancing Transparency and Consent in the IoT. IWPE 2018 - International Workshop on Privacy Engineering, Apr 2018, London, United Kingdom. pp.116-119, ⟨10.1109/EuroSPW.2018.00023⟩. ⟨hal-01709255v2⟩



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