The relationship between consumers and their connected devices rests on a simple trade-off: devices provide convenience in exchange for users' data.
It's a simple give-and-take.
But a recent murder case in Arkansas showed just how unstable this relationship can be when Arkansas police ordered Amazon to turn over information collected from a murder suspect's Echo.
Amazon fought to keep the information private but the case begs the question: At what point does our appetite for convenience give way to our desire for privacy?
The answer may surprise you.