- Seeing the future—data protection and smart glasses
- Original news
- Technology of the future
- The risk to personal privacy and security
- Cybersecurity and hacking
- The GDPR and improving regulation
- What should developers be aware of?
- Companies must prepare to ensure compliance
TMT analysis: In an age where wearable technologies are becoming increasingly discreet and advanced, the threat to individuals’ personal data and security can be complex and difficult to identify. Gayle McFarlane, partner in technology and privacy at Eversheds Sutherland (International), considers the implications of using smart glasses and other augmented reality technologies in the workplace and what steps user must take to prevent breaching data protection law.
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