How often are you home alone? If you own a smart gadget — be it a TV, a smart speaker or a mobile phone — then let me answer that for you: never, writes Nigel Carson for Lawyers Weekly.
Clap your hands and the lights come on, ask Siri for some music and music is delivered.
There is no doubt about it: smart home gadgets and devices have revolutionised the way we live, with common appliances and entertainment devices now fitted with technology to see, hear and speak to us.
But any device that connects to the internet and can listen or see is a potential spying device, allowing complete strangers, often in distant countries, to invade your home.
Nigel discusses this and more in his latest article with Lawyers Weekly.
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