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The Internet of Things is going to be a legal nightmare
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The Internet of Things is going to be a legal nightmare.

‘Internet of Things’ is code word for the self-regulation of things

http://www.theverge.com/2015/1…..nternet-of

US regulators know that the internet is exploding into something new and strange, and they want to keep it safe for consumers. They just don’t fully know how to do it yet.

Today the Federal Trade Commission released a report on the Internet of Things that coincided with its presence at the State of the Net conference in Washington, DC. The report largely consists of notes from a 2013 workshop on IoT devices, summarizing the thoughts of FTC staff and industry witnesses. It’s an interesting look inside the agency because while regulators appear united in the basic idea that IoT devices should be secure, there’s not really a consensus yet on what security looks like or how to establish it for everyone.

“We’re now in a world where data is being collected all the time,” FTC Commissioner Edith Ramirez said today at the State of the Net conference. “We’re bringing these devices into our homes, into what used to be private spheres, and the data that is being generated is increasingly much more sensitive. It’s really in my mind fundamental that consumers continue to be in the driver’s seat, that they have a say in their own information and how it’s being used.”

Joel Alejandro Gómez Treviño

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Profesor del ITESM, Universidad Panamericana, La Salle e INFOTEC

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