After the recent events involving more than one hacked connected car, major car makers decided to create a joined alliance to coordinate their efforts against cyber attacks. But without any Governmental approval is the right strategy? Continue reading
The recent events of connected cars remotely hacked led to considerable discussions about the potential weaknesses of security systems of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, whose growth cannot be stopped though. But how can we find the right balance? Continue reading
Connected cars are the fastest growing market within the Internet of Things (IoT), but lead to legal issues in terms of privacy, cybersecurity product liability that will be addressed in our next DLA Piper webinar. Continue reading
The recent report from the US Senator Ed Markey raises issues on the future of connected cars because of the privacy issues and the potential cybercrimes that might affect the security of vehicles. This happens when the recent regulatory developments show that privacy and cybersecurity is on the top of the agenda of car makers and US and EU regulators are negotiating common rules. Continue reading
19 makers of cars and trucks sold in the US committed to preserve the privacy of their customers in the view of the massive amount of personal data that are going to be processed through connected cars. Continue reading
I have been invited to give a presentation about the Internet of Things legal issues affecting connected cars as part of the Connected Automobiles 2014 conference on the 12th of November in Turin. The title of my session is Privacy and regulations: state-of-the-art and future issues, but I will cover most of the issues addressed in this post and new legal hurdles that subsequently arose.
If you are around, come to say hello and follow me on Twitter during the conference!
Connected cars are expected to generate $ 131.9 billion by 2019 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34.7% from 2013 to 2019. But such growth shall face legal issues that not only affect data protection matters, but also have an impact on product liability issues, telecom law obligations, security and data loss risks. Continue reading