As technology increases, privacy decreases — so, how can smart cities make sure they are using data wisely According to James Lee, business development and program manager for Verizon, it is about taking ownership.
“It should be up to the city to create an open and economically fair model in which to access the smart city, including the data collected,” Lee said. “Cities are now starting to act to have their data be owned by the city and not by third-party vendors.”
Socially responsible companies should agree to this, Amy McIlvaine, business development manager at AT&T Smart Cities, said. Read more here.