... and what data we have to fork over to get there.
86: What it's like to live in 2043
It's getting cheaper and easier to make your house smart. That's exciting for many people. And concerning, too. Listener Jordan Parry got in touch a while back as her landlord was getting ready to install connected thermostats, keyless locks, water sensors and more smart features in her building — and she wanted to know about her right to protect her data. Enter another Make Me Smart listener, David Wilts. He's a tech consultant who adds these features to buildings, including his own home in Chicago. He told us what we should and shouldn't worry about before investing in, say, an Alexa-enabled microwave.
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