As part of DLA Piper Internet of Things webinar, here is the webinar on legal issues of smart home technologies on 8 October 2015. Continue reading
The launch of smart home technologies and social media functionalities enabling quick purchases hides the risks of lack of compliance with European e-commerce and distance regulations. Continue reading
Cisco, Bosch and ABB have just announced a joint venture to create an open IoT software for smart home devices and this is my comment to the news as part of IoTLaw 30 secs series. Continue reading
I am glad to inform you that on the 28th of January 2015 I will be attending as a speaker the workshop arranged by the Internet of Things observatory of the University of Milan on “Smart Home: product innovation and consumer services“.
The title of my presentation will be “Platform interoperability is a right? Which privacy and cybersecurity obligations for device manufacturers?” and I will cover the legal issues of smart home technologies with particular reference of interoperability issues concerned open vs. closed platforms, privacy issues and cybercrime related threats.
After the workshop I published the slides of my presentation here, I hope you will enjoy them!
The Internet of Things will generate 9 billion devices by 2018 according to estimates, but the recent hacker attack that caused a fridge to send over 750,000 spam and phishing messages over the Christmas break create concerns as to the potential data protection issues deriving from the usage of such technologies. Continue reading