Intellectual Property and the Internet of Things

Design Conversation: Intellectual Property and the Internet of Things

Thursday, November 3, 2016 7:00 pm

Products today are designed to be connected – the Internet of Things (IoT) has arrived. As with most exciting innovations, technology is moving faster than the law. IoT describes an interconnected world in which devices, vehicles, machinery, and infrastructure communicate with us and with each other over the Internet.  The IoT will bring complex business and legal challenges, particularly in the areas of privacy, security, and regulatory compliance.

This discussion will cover topics including designing for data security, consumer privacy issues, intellectual property protection mechanisms, and regulatory compliance for the IoT. This Design Conversation is presented by Bryan D. Stewart and Ben Warlick of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP.

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