On Tuesday, January 19 at 19:30 GMT:

More than 50 billion objects from TVs to toothbrushes are expected be connected to the Internet in the next four years, collecting data about where and what we’re doing. Cross-tracking gadgets is a big business for companies looking to cash-in on our lifestyles, and the technology is evolving faster than privacy laws. Tuesday at 19:30 GMT, The Stream plugs into the Internet of Things and explores the costs of being connected.

Joining the conversation:

Zak Rogoff @Zakkai
Campaigns Manager, Free Software Foundation

Alvaro M Bedoya @alvarombedoya
Executive Director, Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law

Paul Cushman
Cross Screen Consultants

How much time, energy and money are you willing to invest to protect your privacy from Internet-enabled devices? Leave your thoughts below in the comment secion.