Internet of Things

Smart devices must come with trust already installed 

Conference-goers check out the internet-connected Xpeng G3 car.

Conference-goers check out the internet-connected Xpeng G3 car. Image: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Phillipa Hunt
Interim Director General, Consumers International
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