WATCH: TRD reporters discuss the Big Brother-ing of real estate

Buildings are collecting massive amounts of data, mirroring some of Big Tech's more controversial practices

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May.May 03, 2019 06:49 PM

The real estate industry is getting smart, adding new technologies and collecting data that promise big advances. At the same time, critics are raising concerns that landlords and brokerages are crossing the line when it comes to privacy. Watch as reporters David Jeans and Rich Bockmann discuss The Real Deal‘s May cover story, “Inside Real Estate’s Surveillance State.”


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