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By 2020, it's expected that there will be over 200 billion connected sensor devices to include wearables, telephone devices, internet connected homes, and autonomous cars. These devices will communicate with each other and create immutable records on the blockchain. While these connected devices will provide a multitude of social and individual benefits, they also raise a host of legal issues.
For example, who owns the information generated by the data? How can this data be used? Are the sensors secured? Who is liable if there is a breach? Are consumers aware of the legal implications raised by the collection of such information? What laws or regulations are currently in existence to regulate this subject area?
This 90-minute webinar examines these legal issues, which arise in the context of the intersection between the Blockchain and the internet of things ("IoT"). Join us to discover:
Join us for this 90-minute webinar, to explore the rapidly evolving hype and reality of blockchain technology, including recent legal developments and how to advise your clients. The following topics will be covered: data security, privacy, intellectual property and ownership, monetization of data, regulation, product liability, automated contracts, IoT advocacy, application program interfaces and ethical issues involved in data collection and sharing.