Mobile apps have literally changed how we interact with others, connect with the physical world, and learn about both. Imagine a world where a refrigerator could sense a power outage and send a signal to your smart phone via an app and advise you if there is a potential food safety hazard. Or possibly a sleep sensor next to your bed which detects your sleep patterns, anticipates when you will be waking up and transmits a signal to your coffee maker to start brewing your coffee. The possibilities and benefits are endless, but what do these improvements mean to your privacy rights? Read more about this and more on Adam D.H. Grant’s new article published on App Developer Magazine’s December issue.