Welcome back to What’s Next, where we report on the intersection of law and technology. Today, we chat with Stanford’s Jennifer King about the Internet of Things and what it means for the future of our privacy. In other news, the botnets are back, and they’re going after a new target. Also on the agenda, IBM is feeding photographers’ Flickr images into its facial recognition system, and there’s a debate over whether that qualifies as a copyright violation. All of that and more, below.

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The Internet of Things Is Here. And Privacy Has Some Catching Up to Do

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