The Internet of Things (IoT) is the common name for the emerging world of everyday objects such as wearable technology, personal devices, medical electronics, appliances, homes and cars being linked to each other through the Internet. They collect large amounts of data that is stored in cloud platforms and communicated to other devices and to other parties. They provide revenue for businesses that sell data collected from IoT devices. Additionally, they provide developers, governments, researchers, investigators, hackers and others access to analyze information in different ways. This course examines the legal, policy, and technology issues of these and other expanding aspects of IoT, focusing on how lawyers can be integral to course of IoT development.
|T 7:30-9:20 PM||Barrack 205|
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