Legal and Business Forum on the Internet of Things

Monitoring Global Trends to Build IoT Devices That Can Be Used Internationally

04/23/2015 02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Privacy + Data Security

Christine E. Lyon

Christine E. Lyon

Speaking Engagement

  • Comparing and contrasting European, Asian, and Latin American privacy policies with those in the United States
    • Understanding the business impact on multinational companies
    • Analyzing the Article 29 Working Party’s Opinion on the Internet of Things
  • Untangling the impact of the US-EU Safe Harbor Framework
    • Formulating a plan when a country does not accept the Safe Harbor Framework
  • Comprehending the telecommunications licensing obligations in Europe
    • Exploring whether an IoT technology should be exempt from telecom licensing requirements
    • Reviewing various jurisdictions’ approach to roaming rates for IoT devices
  • Identifying liability issues outside of the United States when an IoT device malfunctions

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