The show floor at CES is jam-packed with inventors and industry watchers, steeped in every development of the tech world. That might seem irrelevant to most of us. But what happens here will dictate how we live in five, ten, twenty years. And this year, it's clear the next generation of tech will marry with big data. Question is: how do we keep that data secure?
How Big Data Will Creep Into Your Life, Like It Or Not
When all the gadgets you own carry a remote signal, what information are they gathering? Who holds on to it? And who has access?
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