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The Internet of Things, Legal Aspects: What Will Change (Everything)…

Communications & Strategies, No. 87, 3rd Quarter 2012, pp. 83-100

18 Pages Posted: 31 Aug 2013  

Eric Barbry

Cabinet Alain Bensoussan

Date Written: September 21, 2012

Abstract

After the birth of the Internet, the rise of Web 2.0, here comes the Internet of Things. Internet has led us to adopt special law, digital economy law…Web 2.0 has urged us to rethink core legal concepts such as liability and ownership and introduce notions such as sharing and availability. The Internet of Things – which no one doubts will be the next technological revolution – will be a legal tsunami, the intensity and magnitude of which are unknown to date.

Keywords: Internet of Things, privacy, personal data, artificial intelligence, network, Web 3.0, IoT

JEL Classification: O3

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Barbry, Eric, The Internet of Things, Legal Aspects: What Will Change (Everything)… (September 21, 2012). Communications & Strategies, No. 87, 3rd Quarter 2012, pp. 83-100. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2304137

Eric Barbry (Contact Author)

Cabinet Alain Bensoussan ( email )

France

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