Tag Archive: IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) is getting regulated through the draft European ePrivacy privacy regulation and the revised database and product liability directives, but is this good news?
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The DLA Piper Technology Summit 2016 has been a groundbreaking event, bringing together thought leaders from across the European and wider technology industry.
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An investigation run by 26 privacy authorities showed that 60% of the reviewed Internet of Things technologies did not pass the test of compliance with data protection laws.
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Here is the opportunity to discuss the impact of the EU Privacy Regulation on Internet of Things technologies as part of a webinar taking place on 23 June 2016.
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The Internet of Things is leading to a shift from a business based on products to a business of services, triggering new legal issues to which companies might not be prepared.
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An Internet of Things plan will be issued by the European Commission by mid-2016, but also single countries like Italy are bringing forward IoT initiatives.
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Data generated through Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are expected to be its main source of income, but needs forward looking privacy rules to be fully exploited.
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The Internet of Things (IoT) requires certainty and this is why the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) published a draft framework of privacy and security guidelines for IoT devices. Will regulators will validate that setting a more suitable playfield for the IoT?
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Digital health has massive potentials, but its implementation requires to comply with standards that are now even more stringent after the issue of new guidelines by the Italian privacy authority.
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