Government Regulations
   - Regulators Are Moving To Address The Consumer’s Need For Privacy
    

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  • Three Quarters Of All Countries Have Privacy Embedded In Their Constitutions:
    
South Korea
   
March 2016
Fines to 3% of revenues, 3x actual
​damages and sanctions on management
    
Europe
    
June 2015
Fines up to 2% of global revenues
    
    
Japan
       
Sept 5, 2015
Criminal Penalties For Corporate
Executives
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  • Consumers Are Not “Getting Used To” Losing Their Privacy:



   




   
Consumers And Governments Will Not Permit Us To Access The Data Needed To Build The Smart Home Without Solving Privacy.
    
    

92%
...of consumers in the US
& UK are “anxious” about
their privacy.
 
(Source: Truste)

74%
... are limiting their online
activity to moderate
privacy concerns.

(Source: Truste)
    

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  • The Introduction Of Microphones & Cameras Will Force Additional Government Involvement:
        
    
Gaze Tracking
Emotion Recognition
Fall Detection
Home Security
Facial Recognition
Violence Detection
Natural Language Processing
Audio Analytics
     Glass Breakage
     Babies Crying
     Emotional Content In Language
     Voice Identification
    
  • ​​​​More Than 8 Major Data Sets (In The US) Are Inaccessible Or Minimally Accessible For Use In The Smart Home:
    
Gas          Electricity         Water          Wireless            ISP                 Phone           Health               Financial
Privacy Standards & Trust Are Needed To Gain Access To This Data