School of Taxation & Business Law - PhD, UNSW (in progress) | LLM, UNSW | BA LLB, Sydney | Grad Dip Communications, UTS | Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, the Federal and High Courts of Australia, and the courts of England and Wales (former)
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The Internet of Things presents opportunities but brings many risks too, and Australia needs to take a national approach and focus on areas of strength in order to make IoT work for the benefit of all, write UNSW Business School's Kayleen Manwaring and Peter Leonard
The Australian government has introduced a new code of practice to boost the security of IoT devices, but it may actually expose consumers to even greater risks, write UNSW Business School's Dr Kayleen Manwaring and UNSW Law's Dr Roger Clarke
Facebook is being taken to court over privacy breaches, and this has implications for other companies focused on extracting personal information at the expense of privacy, according to UNSW Sydney's Katharine Kemp and Kayleen Manwaring
At least 40% of Australian households now have at least one home 'internet of things' (IoT) device. These are fridges, window blinds, locks and other devices that are connected to the internet.