Wearable Technology

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Will Wearable Technology Be a Boost To Enterprise Security?

Shiran Kleiderman of K2 Intelligence looks at how wearable technology and the Internet of Things can help boost enterprise security, when done right...more

Manatt Digital Media: Top 10 Predictions for 2016

It's a new year, and that, of course, means it's pundit time. Last year's headline story in digital media was the rapid ascension and burgeoning number of over-the-top (OTT), cord-free streaming video services, led by...more

[Event] Privacy & Security in the Internet of Things - Jan. 27th, 9:00-10:30am

The IoT era is here. With expectations of tens of billions of IoT devices coming online in the next few years, the data privacy and security concerns are growing almost as quickly. IoT devices are expected to be involved in...more

Poetic Justice – 2015 Wrap Up (Part 1 of 2)

This is the time of year to anxiously look forward to all that is anticipated to come in 2016. But it is also the time to look back at all that has happened in 2015. Rather than simply give you links to all of my stimulating...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: December 22, 2015 #3

Last week, a federal judge in the Central District of California made big news when he found that “claims of sexual orientation discrimination are gender stereotype or sex discrimination” prohibited by Title VII of the Civil...more

Are Wearable Devices a Privacy Nightmare?

Wearable devices, such as fitness trackers and smart watches, have taken the United States technology industry by storm. In the past three years, there has been a 500% increase in the number of fitness bands and activity...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: December 7, 2015

‘Tis the season for holiday cheer and employer-sponsored celebrations. It’s a good time to heed the words of sage employment lawyers who want to help you avoid celebration-related complaints, charges and lawsuits. Last...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: November 3, 2015

On Sunday, Forbes published two articles on workplace trends and the future of work. In both, the contributors predicted that new technologies in the workplace, like wearables, will have significant impact. It was also...more

Data-Harvesting Zombie Hackers, Blood-Thirsty Auditors, and Other Reasons to be Scared on Halloween

This Halloween, the scariest monsters might not be in your closet or under your bed. They may be overseas, orchestrating intrusions into your electronic medical record. Or they may be lurking in your own workforce, carrying...more

Manatt Digital Media - October 2015

In this newsletter, we highlight some of the ways digital technologies are transforming healthcare and the opportunities and challenges they present to individuals and businesses. We also introduce you to our team at Manatt...more

Experts cite employee wellness programs as area of data privacy concern

In an effort to curb rising healthcare costs, many employers have introduced wellness programs, which use assessments and motivators to improve employee health. Such programs collect information from various sources including...more

Going To The Heart Of Workplace Health Programs And Apps

The wearable technology market is booming and shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. From watches to glasses, to chips and sensors built into clothing and accessories, wearable technology seems to have reached every...more

The Who, What, and "Wares" of Wearable Technology - Protect Your Morphing Products

In years past, "wearable technology" was pretty much limited to wristwatches and miners' headlamps. Today, wearable technology is one of the fastest growing segments in the technology marketplace. Countless consumer products...more

MarkIt to MarketTM - September 2015

The September issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market™ newsletter discusses considerations when filing a petition under the USPTO pilot program, outlines what you should know when protecting a trademark for wearable...more

That is SO last week - October 2015

Last week saw a lot of media coverage about “Yelp for People.” The app, called Peeple, allows users to rate friends, co-workers, and romantic partners based on a five-star rating system. Recruiters could review the ratings...more

Wearable Technology: Rewards and Risks

Wearables will soon be everywhere. They’ll be on our wrists, around our waists, arms, and fingers, in our shoes, and embedded in our uniforms. Wearable technology promises great things for employers, but like all technology...more

Fitbit Agrees to Sign Business Associate Agreements and Take on HIPAA Compliance

Is your Fitbit data covered by HIPAA? It depends upon where you got it (kind of). If you go to the store and pick up a Fitbit on your own, the data it generates is governed by the user agreement that you click through...more

PGA takes timid steps to join the growing social media world

During a 2010 review of the sport of golf, Jalen Rose — a former 13-year NBA star turned ESPN sports analyst — urged the PGA to “move forward and embrace social media to the max,” noting that PGA.com’s Facebook page only had...more

That is SO last week - September 2015 #2

Last week, Ellen Pao withdrew the appeal in her sex discrimination lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins. The Pao v. Kleiner Perkins trial captivated Silicon Valley as it sought to spotlight all-male company ski trips and double...more

[Webinar] Legal Issues and Risks in Wearable Health Technologies - Sept. 24th, 10:00am PDT

The market for wearable health technologies, encompassing innovations such as fitness bands, glucose monitors, and implanted devices, is booming – estimated to surpass $70 billion by 2024. The session will focus on key legal...more

That is SO last week - September 2015

Labor Day was the backdrop for a big announcement from President Obama. Beginning in 2017, federal contractors must grant paid sick leave to employees. The new Executive Order requires contractors to provide one hour of...more

That is SO last week - August 2015 #5

That infamous Ashley Madison data became searchable last week. Spouses, friends, and employers can now search the data to see if they know anyone who registered with the site. This development caused some to wonder if an...more

That is SO last week - August 2015 #4

We’ve been talking potential bias in big data for some time now, and last week’s news was full of concerns about just that. The New York Times Upshot Blog interviewed a Microsoft computer scientist on the subject; NBC News...more

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

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

That is SO last week - August 2015 #2

Pay was the big deal last week. A divided Securities and Exchange Commission voted to approve the CEO Pay Ratio Rule. The new rule requires publicly traded companies to disclose the ratio of their chief executive officer’s...more

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