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Half public sector say they do “nowhere near enough” to involve citizens

Half public sector say they do “nowhere near enough” to involve citizens

There’s a consensus that it becomes more important to engage citizens as more technology is added in cities – so why isn’t it happening?

Two thirds of consumers think connected devices are "creepy"

Two thirds of consumers think connected devices are "creepy"

Consumers are distrustful of how devices collect data about people and their behaviours and more than half don’t trust them to protect privacy.

Data exchange framework for smart cities completes first phase

Data exchange framework for smart cities completes first phase

The framework by US Ignite and ATIS aims to create a blueprint for the secure and interoperable exchange of data beyond city operational boundaries.

Queensland establishes framework for data ethics

Queensland establishes framework for data ethics

The Australian state’s local government association wants to ensure trust and transparency drive the use and management of data by its 77 local councils

Two-thirds of Americans say they don't want to live in a smart city

Two-thirds of Americans say they don't want to live in a smart city

According to a new survey by Vrge Strategies, 66 per cent of Americans do not favour the prospect

Cisco study reveals IoT data paradox

Cisco study reveals IoT data paradox

While most consumers believe IoT services deliver significant value for them, very few understand or trust how their IoT data is being managed and used