Attorneys are now tackling legal issues relevant to the “Internet of Things” (IoT) and wearable technology with their clients. Wearable technologies are items that can be worn and are connected to a network. These items collect data, track activities, and customize the experiences of the user. IoT refers to the growing ability of everyday devices to monitor and communicate information through the Internet. Explore the privacy and security rights and responsibilities that arise with wearables and discover how to tackle the legal issues and learn what rights businesses possess to the data collected by wearables and what rights consumers have to prevent exploitation of their personal information.
Summary of ContentsWhat Are the Internet of Things and Wearables
How Do IoT and Wearables Affect a Company’s, Consumer’s, and Individual’s Privacy and Security
What Privacy and Security Laws Apply to IoT and Wearables?
How Does an Attorney Address IoT and Wearables Privacy and Security Legal Challenges of Their Clients?