The Google affiliate tried to sell Canada's biggest city on robotic package delivery and heated sidewalks alongside unprecedented data collection, and now it's gone the way of many an abandoned Google project.
Sidewalk Labs says nobody should own data collected from residents in Toronto's Quayside "smart city," but critics say the tech giant shouldn't be driving the conversation.
Sidewalk Lab's plan to redevelop a 12-acre swath of Toronto has been beset by concerns over surveillance and data handling.
No more Mr. Nice FCC.
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