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Dutch interest in smart home services on the up, but privacy concerns still big

Wednesday 12 December 2018 | 15:35 CET | News
Even as more Dutch people get interested in smart home services, many remain suspicious of certain products, according to a study from Motivaction conducted in November. Smart TVs and thermostats are already well established smart home products but many are wary of other services, such as smart doorbells.

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