'Watercolor Flowers': Photo by Victoria Bilsborough on Unsplash Internet-connected devices are steadily eroding privacy at home June 25th, 2019|Tags: artificial intelligence, fourth amendment, illustrations, Online privacy, surveillance, visuals|On Tuesday June 25, 2019, Axios wrote:IoT devices can pick up your voice, interests, habits, TV preferences, meals and all sorts of other sensitive data. Read the original article at axios.comRelated Posts:Internet group brands Mozilla ‘internet villain’ for…Google Intros Gentle Sleep and Wake Feature for…People say they care about privacy but buy devices…'Google, this is bogus as hell' — one of the fathers… Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail About the Author: Axios Smart, efficient news worthy of your time, attention, and trust Axios has recently written 10 articles on similar topics including :"Online retail giants are starting to dominate the sphere". (July 16, 2019)"Democrats and critics fear the deal might let Facebook off easy". (July 13, 2019)"Don't panic". (July 9, 2019)"Articles about Biden generated more interactions (43.5 million) than any other Democrat over the last 10 weeks". (July 2, 2019)"Seattle, Oakland and New York City have chief privacy officers". (June 29, 2019)"Making cities smarter is more of a business and governance challenge than a technological one". (June 29, 2019)"Even experts are split over how to handle the mechanics". (June 27, 2019)"The chipmaker doubled down on cryptocurrencies last year". (June 27, 2019)"Lawmakers have spent a year looking at "what" data platforms collect, but a second question is becoming increasingly central". (June 25, 2019)"Big tech's is betting big that consumers want cheap or free cool stuff more than privacy". (June 25, 2019) Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.