Carissa Véliz, DPhil candidate in Philosophy, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics at University of Oxford, details how it is inconvenient for consumers to keep their privacy.
Retailers say they want access to new technologies, and RBTE 2017 is set to deliver with a range of first-time exhibitors confirmed to appear on the expo floor.
Representatives from retailers such as Asda, Boots, B&Q, Dixons Carphone and Sainsbury's are confirmed to speak as part of the RBTE 2017 conference programme, which takes place 8-9 May in London.
The Payment Systems Regulator has announced the start of an industry-wide campaign to tackle payment scams, following a super complaint from consumer watchdog Which?.
Wickes owner Travis Perkins, rail information website Trainline and online fashion house Missguided are among the businesses set to utilise Amazon Web Services' UK data centres, announced today.
Mastercard launches fingerprint and 'selfie' payment authentication in Brazil and Mexico, while in the UK a hearing date has been set for a consumer case against the company relating to alleged excessive interchange fees.
John Blythe and Carmen Lefevre, research associates at UCL, on how to save the Internet of Things from cyber attacks - with psychology.
US tech leaders will face scrutiny, while changes to the regulatory environment should be expected. Aneil Rakity, managing director of independent analyst and consultant firm Ovum, assesses the post US election environment.
The cyber attack on Tesco Bank has cost the business an estimated £2.5 million in customer reimbursement payments. Tesco said around 9,000 customers were affected.
River Island and Decathlon are in the process of large-scale RFID deployments, with both companies rolling out the technology as they look to improve inventory management.
Ansgar Koene, senior research fellow, horizon digital economy, UnBias, University of Nottingham, and Derek McAuley, professor of digital economy, University of Nottingham, discuss how devices connected to the internet can be weaponised by hackers.