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The Digital Revolution: The Internet of Things

Published on 1st Nov 2018

From opening your garage door with your phone, to fridges that chill your wine to suit the weather, the growth of the Internet of Things offers huge advancements – and potential for misuse. So what does this mean for lawyers and regulators?

Catherine Hammon, Digital Revolution Knowledge Lawyer, and Nick Thody, Head of Knowledge, discuss The Internet of Things – the growing network of ordinary objects sending and receiving data – and the legal issues you need to consider.

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