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Announcing: The State of Responsible IoT 2020 — Good Things

We’re planning to release our annual report The State of Responsible IoT (RIOT for short) in the last quarter of 2020. For this publication, we’re opening a call for contributions. If your organization would like to support this publication financially, please get in touch (info@thingscon.org). The theme: Good Things By connecting products to the internet […]

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CfP: Riot Report 2019

The Edge of Surveillance Capitalism 2019 is the year of surveillance capitalism. It is not necessarily the year where the dams broke and some dramatic event pronounced the arrival of dystopian reality, but perhaps the year where progressive deterioration and the introduction of this term, Surveillance Capitalism, by economist Shoshana Zuboff, has made it clear […]

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The State of Responsible IoT 2018

or click below to The ThingsCon report The State of Responsible IoT is an annual collection of essays by experts from the ThingsCon community. You can find all other year’s issues in our publications section. The State of Responsible IoT 2018 With the Riot Report 2018 we want to investigate the current state of responsible IoT. In […]

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Report: A Trustmark for IoT

Summary: For Mozilla, we explored the potentials and challenges of a trustmark for the Internet of Things (IoT). That research is now publicly available. Update 2018: We’re happy to announce that we’re preparing to launch a trustmark for IoT based on the research of this report. Learn more about the Trustable Tech mark at trustabletech.org. f […]

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Thingscon Report: A Trustmark for IoT

The ThingsCon report The State of Responsible IoT is an annual collection of essays by experts from the ThingsCon community. With the Riot Report 2018 we want to investigate the current state of responsible IoT. In this report we explore observations, questions, concerns and hopes from practitioners and researchers alike. The authors share the challenges and opportunities […]