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Resolved: On balance, the benefits of the Internet of Things outweigh the harms of decreased personal privacy.
What are people running?
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Bibliography 
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Economic Growth Good
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IoT will not improve health care (free) 
IoT will not improve agriculture (free with registration)
IoT Smart Cities not beneficial (subscribers only)
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Definition
“Internet of Things” @ Wikipedia
What is the Internet of Things?
What is the Internet of Things (II)?
What is the Internet of Things (III)?
History/Concept
Internet of Things History 
A Guide to the Internet of Things 
How the Internet of Things will impact consumers from 2016 and beyond 
Background/General
The Internet of Things is bigger than anyone realizes
A simple explanation of The Internet of Things
The Internet of Things
In a programmable world, all of our objects will act as one
Europe builds a network for the Internet of Things
The IoT is revolutionizing our lives, but standards are a must
6.4 billion connected things 
At Newark airport, the lights are on and they’re watching you 
Tim O’Reilly explains the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things @ Scientific American
The IoT could drown in our environment of gadgets 
The path to a programmable world
Who needs the IoT?
Internet of Things 
Unlocking the potential of the Internet of Things 
IoT: Sizing Up the opportunity 
The Internet of Things done wrong stifles innovation 
Internet of Things: Making Hype a Reality 
I o T: A jumbled mess or a jumbled mess? 
Internet of Things vendors face a Communications mess 
Fragmentation is the enemy of the Internet of Things 
IoT: Monpology capitalism v. collaborative communism 
The Creepy New Wave of the Internet 
Reports
The Internet of Things will Thrive by 2025 
The Internet of Things: An Overview 
IoT: Privacy and Security in a Connected World
IoT: Science Fiction or Business Fact? 
Converging technologies for integrated ecosystems and smart environments 
Introduction to the IoT 
IoT: Between the Revolution of the Internet and the Metamorphis of Objects 
From the Internet of Computers to the Internet of Things 
Contracting the Internet of Things: Looking into the Nest
IoT: A Review of Applications and Technologies 
What is the Internet of Things and Economic Perspective
IoT 2020: A Roadmap for the Future
IoT Governance: Privacy and Security Issues 
IoT Beyond the Hype 
EU-China White Paper on the IoT 
Books
From machine-to-machine to the Internet of Things 
Pax Technica: How the Internet of Things May Set us Free or Lock us Up
The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, The Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism 
Enchanted Objects, Human Desire, and the Internet of Things
Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy
More awesome than money: Four boys and their heroic quest to save your privacy form facebook 
Living Things
We want to create the Internet of Living Things
The Internet of Things and the Quantified Self 
Singularity
Looking beyond the Internet of Things
Cities
The Impact of the IoT on Cities 
Marketing
IoT: Unlocking the Marketing Potential 
Pro — General
Eight ways the Internet of Things will change the way we work and live 
GE CEO: Partners need to embrace the future for the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things Gets Real 
Reaping the Benefits of the Internet of Things
Sizing up the opportunity 
How the IoT will enable smart buildings 
Pro — Climate Change
A new economic vision for addressing climate change 
Pro — Smart Grid
A smarter grid with the Internet of Things 
Pro — Smart Cities
Internet of Things for Smart Cities 
Smart Cities – Seoul: A Case Study
Western Singapore becomes the test bed for smart cities solutions 
Pro — Health
A vision for ubiquitous sequencing 
Pro — Environment
Application of the IoT to the field of environmental protection  (gated)
Toward an environmental internet of things
Smart waste management 
Pro — Manufacturing
Driving unconventional growth through the Industrial Internet of Things
Cyber-physical systems architecture for manufacturing (gated)
Industrial internet insights report 
Con — General
Why the FTC can’t regulate the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things is poised to challenge democracy itself 
The Internet of Things You Don’t Really Need
The Half-baked security of our “Internet of Things” 
Five tech trends that have Turing award winners worried 
Homeland Security call to action on IoT 
The Internet of Things: It’s not really yours 
A web of unknown risks? 
The Trouble with the Internet of Things 
When the Internet of Things starts to feel like the Internet of Sh** 
Con — Privacy
Securing the Internet of Things: Exploring security and privacy in an interconnected world
Internet of Things: Research Study
Designing the Internet of Things 
Panopticon as a metaphor for the IoT 
Say Goodbye to privacy 
The ‘Net closes around us
Big data and privacy in the Internet of Things era 
Britain’s Smart Meter Program: A case study in privacy by design 
These devices may be spying on you
 
Con — Security
Real world security and the Internet of Things
Security and privacy in the IOT (gated) 
Who will secure the IoT?