Panel 3: Regulatory Challenges in Store for the Internet of Things (Current and Potential Regulatory Issues)

Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology's 2018 Symposium on The Legal Landscape of the Internet of Things!, University of Minnesota Law School, Room 25, 229 19th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55455
03.02.2018

The Symposium will center on how the law intersects with the rapidly growing technological area commonly known as the “Internet of Things” or “IoT.” There will be three panels throughout the day centered on three key areas of law related to IoT technology: one on Intellectual Property, one on Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, and one on Regulatory Issues. Each panel will have speakers who will have an allotted time to present their topic. At the conclusion of the speakers, a moderated discussion will begin, and, at the end of each panel, there will be time for further questions by the audience. In addition to these panels there will be a keynote speech centered on the advancements of IoT technology.

Panel 3: Panelists will discuss how the legislature and governmental agencies may regulate the future of IoT. As more and more devices are gaining connectivity, the internet continues to become a core part of everyday life. What changes may be in store for this sector due to the current and potential future regulations?

Cost: Free to the public!

CLE Credits: 3 Ethics and 2 Standard CLE credits have been approved!

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