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The Internet of Things: Legal Issues, Policy, & Practical Strategies

2019, American Bar Association

Our cross-disciplinary Internet of Things initiative contributed to the ABA's first book on IoT, The Internet of Things: Legal Issues, Policy, & Practical Strategies.

 

Laura Kim and Jennifer Johnson authored the chapter “U.S. Regulatory Framework for IoT,” with contributions from Sarah Wilson (product safety); Wade Ackerman, Elizabeth Guo, Christopher Hanson, and Christina Kuhn (medical device regulation); Laura Kim and Lindsay Brewer (privacy and cybersecurity); Susan Cassidy (procurement); Matthew DelNero and Thom Parisi (connectivity and spectrum); Michael Nonaka (financial services regulation); Jack Schenendorf (drones); Mark Perlis (energy); and Jake Levine (strategy regulatory trends).

 

John Buchanan and Dustin Cho authored the chapter “When Things Get Hacked: Insurance Coverage for IoT-Related Risks.”

 

Michael Chertoff authored the foreword and provides insights from his experience in the IoT space.

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