Smart TV Privacy Policies: Here’s What You're Actually Agreeing To

Originally published: April 17, 2017

Last updated: April 17, 2017 - 3:46pm

Source: Washington Post Author: Hayley Tsukayama Coverage Type: reporting Location: USA, United States

Let's be honest here — most of us don’t read the privacy policies for smart televisions. And even if we try to, it’s often difficult to read them, particularly on a television screen. So we asked a few legal experts who specialize in privacy — Christopher Dore of the Chicago-based law firm Edelson, Danielle Citron of the University of Maryland, William McGeveran of the University of Minnesota and Bradley Shear of Maryland-based Shear Law — to explain what we're really getting into when we hit the “I agree” button.

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