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Smart cities and private lives: the impossible union?


3 Oct, 2016 12:01 pm

Tomorrow's ultra-connected smart cities will be driven by data, which includes each individual's own personal data. How can the development of innovative services be ensured without this threatening our individual liberties? Inventive laws will need to be devised...


Controversy was sparked in Adelaide, Australia, concerning a smart city pilot project. While its inhabitants praise some if the advantages that digital technology has brought them (optimised road traffic, secure housing for elderly people, etc.), supporters of individual liberties are worried about the exploitation of personal data.
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