The Internet of Things extends internet connectivity to objects that have never been connected before. On the one hand, it can make life much easier and simpler by bringing new capabilities to many things used by us day to day, see also smart homes, on the other hand it primarily concerns sensors collecting data, which has many ethical, moral and practical risks. However, it also allows us to measure and quantify things in ways that have never been possible before, by means of such data we can optimize many processes. In the era of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), KassaiLaw is looking for legal answers to questions like: Can you really protect your personal data or is that just an illusion? Is there a way out for the user? Who is responsible if the internet goes down e.g. in medical applications? Who is the owner of the data generated and collected? Who is responsible for patching new IoT devices to be sure they are fully secured? If you work with IoT, we are sure you have already encountered these topics. There are many layers and issues to IoT and we are there for you to handle them step by step.

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