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Internet of Things Data Collection

It’s Not the Size That Matters, It’s What You Do With It: eDiscovery Best Practices

by CloudNine on

...We certainly have talked a lot about the impact of Big Data and the Internet of Things on this blog as new challenges presented to today’s attorneys, and they are, but challenges have always existed for attorneys in...more

California Bill Mandates Privacy By Design For IoT Devices

Manufacturers of Internet-connected devices (better known as the Internet of Things) should be following a new California bill closely because it would create a mandate under California law that all IoT devices have built-in...more

IoT Device Maker Settles Class Claims for $3.75 Million

by BakerHostetler on

In one of the first Internet of Things (IoT) class action settlements, the maker of a Bluetooth-enabled personal vibrator agreed to settle privacy class claims for $3.75 million. The We-Vibe product allows a user to...more

Privacy Perils: Data Collection from Connected Devices

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

While the WikiLeaks CIA dump makes for interesting reading about our nation's capability to hack certain connected devices, it does not mean we are all being spied on while waiting for a microwave burrito. However, fanciful...more

Data Breach Involving CloudPets “Smart” Toys Raises Internet-of-Things Security Concerns

On February 27, 2017, news reports disclosed a major security breach involving Spiral Toys, the seller of the CloudPets brand of internet-connected stuffed animals. The Bluetooth-connected CloudPets toys allow users to...more

FTC Complaint Filed Against IoT Businesses

by Klein Moynihan Turco LLP on

This Tuesday, a consortium of consumer protection and children’s privacy groups filed a Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) complaint against Genesis Toys (“Genesis”) and Nuance Communications, Inc. (“Nuance”) in connection with...more

"They Can't Do That To Our Pledges; Only We Can Do That To Our Pledges”: Admiral, Big Data, Privacy, and The Internet of Things

by Poyner Spruill LLP on

Anyone who has ever bought insurance, resented the premium, contested a claim denial, or piled up hours and papers dealing with insurers would welcome anything that promised to lower their rates. Admiral, a British insurer...more

Internet of Things: Whose Data Is It Anyway?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is booming. Smart cars, wearable health trackers, connected medical devices, drones—entrepreneurs and evolving industry are connecting to the world in ways only science fiction writers imagined....more

Mixing Employee Surveillance and Big Data

by Zelle LLP on

No doubt, this is big data’s time. Businesses have begun to make decisions based on data and data analytics, rather than relying on gut instincts or business acumen. Data-driven business has proven to be successful, but we...more

NIST IoT Framework Raises Interesting Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Challenges

by Carlton Fields on

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released the draft Framework for Cyber-Physical Systems, which is intended to provide an outline for the development and maintenance of secure, interoperable Internet...more

San Francisco Launches First “Internet of Things” Wireless Network in United States

by Reed Smith on

With the onslaught of smart watches, smart thermostats, and even smart refrigerators that allow you to Tweet hungry messages to your followers, it’s only natural that a “smart city” would follow. This week, San...more

Three Trending Topics in IoT: Privacy, Security, and Fog Computing

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Cisco has estimated that there will be 50 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices connected to the Internet by the year 2020. IoT has been a buzzword over the past couple of years. However, the buzz surrounding IoT in the...more

The Top Six Things You Need to Know About the Internet of Things: A Legal Perspective

by DLA Piper on

IoT is discussed in the media more and more frequently. It has important social, economic and legal implications, most of which are yet to be fully understood. The following sets out a brief list of things you should...more

This Is Not Your Father's Oldsmobile: Car Hacking and the SPY Car Act

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Not coincidentally, on July 21, 2015, Wired Magazine published an article with groundbreaking evidence of hacking a car wirelessly, and Senators Edward Markey (D-Mass.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) introduced legislation...more

Toward a Grand Unifying Theory of Today’s Tech Trends

As a technology law blogger and co-editor of Socially Aware, I monitor emerging developments in information technology. What’s hot in IT today? Any shortlist would have to include social media, mobile, wearable technology,...more

The Internet of Things: EU vs US guidance

by DLA Piper on

In its February 2015 Report on the Internet of Things (IoT), the FTC estimated that there are now 25 billion connected devices worldwide. Another more conservative report by Gartner estimates there will be 2.9 billion...more

Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - May 2015

In This Issue: - Second Circuit Rules Patriot Act Does Not Authorize Bulk Metadata Collection; Congress Reconsiders Certain Patriot Act Authorities - SEC Issues Cybersecurity Guidance for Investment Companies...more

The Ever-Expanding Scope of Social Media Discovery [Video]

Social media discovery is now commonplace within civil litigation, with Facebook continuing to be a primary source of potentially-discoverable information. As technology continues to advance, though, the judicial system is...more

NJ Connected Car law changes the landscape of IoT

by DLA Piper on

The recent approval by New Jersey of a law on the ownership of data generated by connected cars might have an impact on the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) providing an interesting approach also for European privacy...more

Cross-Device Tracking: The New World

Facebook does it. Google does it. It’s everywhere in the mobile ad ecosystem. And your smartphone does it often than you know, according to a study released on Monday by Carnegie Mellon....more

Smart Car Legislation Suggests Different Approach To Internet Of Things Regulation

by King & Spalding on

On February 11, Senators Ed Markey (D-Mass.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) announced legislation aimed at establishing federal data security and privacy standards for Internet-connected automobiles (“smart cars”). This...more

Federal Trade Commission Guidance on the Internet of Things

by Locke Lord LLP on

On January 27, 2015, the FTC released its Staff Report on the so-called “Internet of Things” (IoT) – the ability of everyday objects (from refrigerators to wearable devices) to connect to the Internet and send and receive...more

Privacy Issues in Smart Electrical Grids: Another Internet of Things Problem

Smart grids – electrical grids that allow two-way communication between utilities and consumers – represent an exciting frontier in the Internet of Things, with ramifications for energy efficiency, weather resiliency and...more

FTC Issues Report and Privacy Best Practices for the Internet of Things

On January 27, 2015 the Federal Trade Commission (the “FTC”) issued a report detailing best practices and recommendations that businesses engaged in the Internet of Things (“IoT”) can follow to protect consumer privacy and...more

How to Fail in the Internet of Things

Innovation is prized in the growing space of the Internet of Things (IoT). But an innovative product design is not enough, and potential pitfalls abound. As demonstrated in a report published by the Federal Trade Commission...more

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