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Internet of things

Internet of things

Chips embedded in cars, refrigerators, production lines, medical devices, parking meters and even crops allow devices to monitor their environment, modify their behaviour, store and process vast amounts of data, and communicate directly with each other and with us. The impact of this ubiquitous connectivity and the increasing intelligence of everyday objects will be vast, opening huge possibilities for business and generating a wide array of legal issues at the same time.

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