Internet of Things

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Department Of Commerce Agency Seeks Standards For IoT Security

On August 2, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (“NTIA”), an agency of the Department of Commerce, announced that it would form a multi-stakeholder group to increase transparency for the deployment...more

As Consumers Flock Towards Connected Cars, The Wireless Industry Benefits

It is no secret that consumers are increasingly focused on connected cars. In a survey of consumers by Accenture, over 50% of consumers surveyed were already using some connected car services, 57% of those surveyed would like...more

[Webinar] The Internet of Things: Legal Risks in a Connected World- August 31st, 1:00pm CST

Join Richard Martinez, Partner and Chair of the Privacy and Cyber Security Litigation Group; Kerry Childe, Sr. Corporate Counsel, Privacy and Information Policy, Best Buy; and Ari Lukoff, Associate, Intellectual Property and...more

Let’s talk about Networks of Things, baby. Let’s talk about you and me.

It is easy to see networks all around us. The printers at the office, your child’s videogame, the food ordering app on your phone, the fitness band or smart watch on your wrist, the electricity grid for your city, the...more

Advertising Law - July 2016 #4

Sen. Franken Hits Pause on Pokémon GO - After the Pokémon GO app was downloaded approximately 7.5 million times in the United States alone in its first week of release, Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), the chairman of the...more

Manatt Digital - July 2016

A message from our Chair: We are pleased to bring you this month's newsletter as the first edition under our new brand—"Manatt Digital." Our new name, which replaces Manatt Digital Media, is reflective of our...more

Brexit: Baroness Neville-Rolfe on Data Implications

At the beginning of July, Baroness Neville-Rolfe gave a speech at the annual Privacy Laws & Business conference, outlining the government’s stance on the implications of Brexit for a range of data issues including the GDPR,...more

Connected Toys, Augmented Reality as the Next Big (Io)Thing

There has been an uptick in congressional inquiries regarding privacy concerns in the IoT space. And most recently in the gaming world of augmented reality. On Tuesday, Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) initiated a congressional...more

In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - June 2016 #4

Some interesting links we found across the web this week: What Brexit Means for Tech Startups - Brexit news dominated headlines this week, so here’s a roundup from the startup perspective....more

Cyber Attacks Reach Subrogation

It was just a matter of time. As cyber-attacks rose and the data security breaches became increasingly devastating to businesses and individuals, cyber breach insurance became more prevalent. And where insurance appears,...more

"Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - June 2016"

In this edition of our Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, we examine the impact of Brexit on EU data protection, court rulings on cyber insurance policy exclusions and coverage gaps, recent statements from the FTC and the...more

Cybersecurity, Use of Internet of Things Technology Concern Manufacturers

Powered in part by the growing use of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, cybersecurity has surged to become one of the leading concerns for global manufacturers, according to a recently released study....more

Venture Capital Coast to Coast – June 2016

VC WATCH - Half-Time 2016: A Glass Half-Empty, or Half-Full? After two record years for venture fundraising and investment, the “bears” among us are already planning for the next down-cycle. Recent headlines...more

First home cyber protection insurance offered by Hartford Steam Boiler

The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company has announced that it is offering “the first personal lines cyber insurance program for consumers, protecting against computer attacks, cyber extortion, online fraud...more

News of Note for the Internet-Minded

To the surprise of no one, Instagram is pretty popular; Samsung puts a billion dollars into the Internet of Things; the FCC’s trying to decide if radio noise is a problem; and there’s an approach to virtual reality that won’t...more

Top Takeaways from DWT’s Cloud & Big Data Conference

Davis Wright Tremaine hosted its fourth conference on the legal, regulatory, and commercial landscapes surrounding these rapidly emerging fields. What are the big lessons for your business? Cloud computing and big data...more

Balancing Innovation With Privacy Concerns: The FTC Provides Comment on the Internet of Things

On June 3, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) responded to a Request for Comments issued by the Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) regarding the Internet of Things...more

U.S. House Committee On Homeland Security Holds Hearing On States’ Preparation For Cyber Threats

On Tuesday, May 24, 2016, the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security (the “Committee”) held a hearing titled “Enhancing Preparedness and Response Capabilities to Address Cyber Threats.” The hearing was convened jointly by...more

In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - May 2016 #4

Some interesting links we found across the web this week: - Funding for Venture Capital-Backed Fintech Startups is Poised to Hit a Record in 2016 - Some perceive fintech to be defying gravity in a down market, and...more

Social Links: Publishers claim ad blockers violate FTC rules; Twitter bags its “buy button”; has the IoT gone too far?

The Newspaper Association of America has filed a first-of-its-kind complaint with the FTC over certain ad blocking technologies. Is it “Internet” or “internet”? The Associated Press is about to change the capitalization...more

Beyond Breach: Challenges in Cybersecurity & Coverage

Some of the biggest threats to cybersecurity involve controlling, damaging and interrupting systems, denying access to critical data and destroying data; “breach” not so much. Organizations need to make sure that their...more

In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - May 2016 #3

Some interesting links we found across the web this week: - Don’t Expect New Crowdfunding Rules to Create a Startup Boom - Equity crowdfunding went live this week under the SEC’s recent rulemaking, but many...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: May 2016 #3

Last week, news broke that Nicola Thorp, a UK temp worker assigned to PwC, was sent home for violating her temp agency’s dress code by failing to wear high heels. Portico, the agency, explained that the policy requiring...more

The Wild, Distributed World: Get Ready for Radical Infrastructure Changes, From Blockchains to the Interplanetary File System to...

Every so often—and more frequently now than ever before—we are treated to a deluge of media stories telling us why some new technology will change our lives. Recently, the thundering drumbeat of technology topics has included...more

News of Note for the Internet-Minded – 5/12/16

AI teaching assistants and the NBA’s interest in VR aside, this week’s roundup has plenty of darker-themed stories, including torture-proof passwords, live-streamed suicide and death while AR gaming. - An Irish man dies...more

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