The Internet of Things: Overcoming the legal and regulatory challenges
- 20 April 2016
- 08:15 AM - 10:00 AM
- 5 Chancery Lane, London, EC4A 1BL
- Entry: Free
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The Internet of Things or the Internet of Everything? In any event it is on everyone’s radar, either as an opportunity for creating new connected products and services, enhancing existing products, or developing new marketing and engagement techniques.
What legal and regulatory issues do you need to consider to ensure you design and implement your first steps in a compliant and commercially sound way? This session will be led by our cross discipline lawyers who are at the forefront of the converged world of Media Brands and Technology, with practical input from guest industry experts who are developing solutions for clients today.
The key areas we will consider include:
- Data Privacy
- Content and Rights
- Technology Partnerships
Breakfast and registration will be from 8:15am with the presentation starting at 8.45am and aiming to draw to a close by 10.00am.
If you have any queries regarding this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you there!
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