Poudel, Swaroop
January 2016
Berkeley Technology Law Journal;2016 Special Issue, Vol. 31, p997
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the technologies underlying the emerging Internet of Things and examines two related issues such as interoperability and threat to privacy and security. It mentions that the recommends that regulators observe market dynamics, promote broad principles and role of big data analytics in IoT. It also mentions that excessive restrictions that may hinder the innovation, growth, and progress that IoT promises.


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