Recommending specific steps to enhance consumer privacy and data security, the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday issued a report on the “Internet of Things”—billions of devices that include everything from fitness monitoring bracelets to home security systems.

Republican Commissioner Joshua Wright dissented, criticizing the 55-page report for its lack of cost-benefit analysis and overbroad scope, while fellow Republican Maureen Ohlhausen concurred but issued a separate statement.

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