Category: Raw data

Calling all public interest tech researchers!

Are you passionate about privacy, security, or digital rights? Do you work on consumer protection research or new methods to study the digital world? If so, keep reading! At CR’s (Consumer Reports) Digital Lab, we are now accepting applications for paid, non-resident fellows to uncover and solve for consumer harms in the digital world. This ten month fellowship provides a

July 2020 Raw Data Release & Recommendations: Connected Cameras

Source: Home Security Cameras From Top Brands Lack Basic Digital Security Measures Consumer Reports just released our latest Connected Camera ratings, which include the Digital Standard subscores on data privacy + security. Today we are publishing raw data from our Connected Cameras Digital Standard testing and share some of the findings from our recent webinar: [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gjw4mSK1cg[/embed]   Testing methods The methods

Raw Data Release: 2019 Smart TV Testing

A Consumer Reports engineer evaluates smart TV privacy practices. PHOTO: MICHAEL A. SMITH   Consumer Reports just released our 2019 Smart TV ratings, which include for the first time Digital Standard sub-scores on data privacy + security. Today, we’re also publishing raw data from our Digital Standard testing. By taking an open data approach, we hope to increase transparency around our findings

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