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Carnegie Mellon built ‘opt-out’ system for nearby tracking devices

engadget: “It’s getting easier to control what your smart home devices share, but what about the connected devices beyond your home? Researchers at Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab think they can give you more control. They’ve developed an infrastructure and matching mobile app (for Android and iOS) that not only informs you about the data nearby Internet of Things devices are collecting, but lets you opt in or out. If you’re not comfortable that a device in the hallway is tracking your presence, you can tell it to forget you. The framework is cloud-based and lets stores, schools and other facilities contribute their data to registries…”

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