This article debated that the interactions of the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analytics have been impacted by location information and as result it has impacted location privacy. The author listed two articles representing some of the prior research which the study is based on as, P. J. Phillips and A. J. O’Toole, “Comparison of human and computer performance across face recognition experiments,” Image Vis. Comput., vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 74–85, Jan. 2014 and A. F. Weston, Privacy and Freedom. New York: Atheneum, 1967. Minch (2015) identified the relationships between Internet of Things, big data, location information and location privacy concepts with an aim toward furthering a framework for future analysis and research. For example, the author explained that location is a critical central component of context-aware computing that contained massive information about a location. Minch (2015) further explained that with the information being continuously available over the IoT, privacy concerns has been becoming an increasingly critical issue especially because of big data such as the results of volume, velocity, and variety of data. The significance of the study relies heavily on big data and IoT and although the study seems inclusive the author also present recommendations for future research and studies that may build on the topics discussed in this article. There is no is that I saw in the article as I thought that the author’s study was well researched. I like that the author suggested how society may need to balance the benefits of increased capabilities and efficiencies of the IoT against possibly unavoidably visibility into everyday business processes and personal activities.