Phil Howard: Politics won’t know what hit it

In the evolving conversation about the “Internet of Things” — the growth of networked everyday objects and the data they generate — analysts tend to focus on business opportunity, or the security risks, or the potential for making our cities smarter. But larger than all of those possibilities, and of key public importance, is the impact of the Internet of Things on politics. This might sound unlikely at first, and it won’t be felt right away.

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