The Internet of Things is a new and emerging technology that allows connected objects to become more intelligent. It’s governed by information that’s stored by devices without human intervention. The speaker will discuss the following topics: What is Internet of Things? How is privacy affected by using this technology? How is security affected by using this technology? Which governmental agencies regulate this technology? How is the European Commission dealing with it? How do the courts deal with the related issues? What are the applicable rules and regulations? What is the future of Internet of Things?
In this practical webinar, you will learn about the state and federal laws related to the Internet of Things and how it affects privacy and security. The speaker will also discuss the judicial and legislative challenges by discussing case law and statutory provisions.
Upon course completion, you will be able to understand the basic technology behind the Internet of Things and what scholars/experts think about it. The audience will understand the pros and cons of this new and evolving technology and the legal system’s challenges.
About the Presenter:
Salar Atrizadeh, Esq. is licensed to practice in the State of California, District of Columbia, and the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts. He has an extensive background in technology and holds a bachelor’s of science degree in computer information systems with a minor in database management systems. Please see www.atrizadeh.com for more information.
Salar Atrizadeh, Esq.
Salar Atrizadeh, Esq. has an extensive background in technology. He holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in computer information systems, with a minor in database management systems. Mr. Atrizadeh has handled cases in state and federal courts regarding online privacy, cloud computing, cybersecurity, crowdfunding, cyberpiracy, digital currencies, e-commerce transactions, electronic discovery, Internet of Things, online sales tax laws, and online banking fraud before legal and non-legal organizations.
CLE Credits (Law)
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