All about The Network
Legal Headline News


Fitzgerald Mortons Gallery
The Network Channels

Legal Broadcast Network Channels

LBN Videos


Settlement Channel

The Factoring Channel

The Tax Law Channel

WTLA Podcast Channel

Civil Action Channel

Speaking of Settlements

Law Finance & Management Channel

Arizona Law Channel

Justicia Para Todos

The Settlement Planning Channel

The Networks Editorial Blogs
The Network Blog Roll
Join Our Shows
Twitter LB Networks!
    follow me on Twitter
    Annuity News Now

    Scottsdale Custom Home Builder Network
    • Scottsdale Custom Home Builder Network
    LB Network Image Gallery
    Show documents and pdf's
    « CT Bankruptcy Lawyer Zenas Zelotes Files Lawsuit Against TotalAttorneys | Main | Scott Gant on Google Books Lawsuit »

    Jules Polonetsky Discusses Smart Grid Privacy Concerns

    (Evironmental Reader) It’s hard to look at a Web browser these days without reading about how an online carbon calculator, smartly tied into the electrical grid, is the answer to all of society’s problems. Even GE is advertising on television about smart grids.

    Add in the possibility for improving the bottom line, and it’s easy to see why companies and individuals are considering how best to incorporate data about their energy usage patterns into a Web program that will provide guidance and best practices.

    Yet, some are raising the question of exactly how one’s data should be integrated into the larger picture. More precisely, how much information should you give up to the grid without giving away too much?

    Jules Polonetsky serves as Co-chair and Director of the Future of Privacy Forum.

    In this video he discusses Smart Grid and  some of the privacy concerns in particular that the SmartGrid could cause with LBN host Scott Drake.


    PrintView Printer Friendly Version

    EmailEmail Article to Friend

    Reader Comments

    There are no comments for this journal entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.

    PostPost a New Comment

    Enter your information below to add a new comment.

    My response is on my own website »
    Author Email (optional):
    Author URL (optional):
    All HTML will be escaped. Hyperlinks will be created for URLs automatically.