Mozilla and ThinksCon today announced the launch of the Trustable Technology Mark, which will help consumers determine if their latest “smart” home gizmo is designed with privacy and security in mind. The Trustable Technology Mark is a bit like the EEA’s CE Mark. The main difference is that while the CE mark concerns itself with the overall safety of the product, the Trustable Technology Mark focuses on privacy and the security lifecycle. For a device to achieve Trustable Technology Mark certification, it must first be evaluated by netural experts from ThingsCon, who look at five criteria. Privacy & Data Practices:…

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