The Future of iBeacons: A Code of Conduct (for the NSA?)

Senator Charles Schumer unveiled a voluntary code of conduct today that proposes making sure that customers know when they’re in a retail store and being tracked through their phones. Meanwhile, moves in Europe that were in part a response to revelations about the NSA may have a significant impact on how marketers plan global campaigns […]

A Bill of Rights for the Internet of Things

Law might be enough. Standards might be fine. But we can arrive at a shared language of intent if we take some time to think about a Bill of Rights for the Internet of Things. Now, there’s no distinct bill of rights for the Web. Instead, we have a loose coalition of laws and regulations, […]