Litigating The Internet Of Things

By Leslie Gutierrez (February 27, 2018, 12:30 PM EST) -- Back in the '90s, something new called the "internet" was all the buzz. All of the sudden, we were able to connect to people and information from the comfort of our own homes. Then the 2000s brought the internet to mobile devices — our "I can't believe I ever survived without it" smartphones. Now, internet connectivity has extended to reach almost all devices. It is in our watches, our glasses, our appliances and even our cars.

This network of devices, all connected to the internet, is called the "internet of things," and it is changing the way we design, view and...

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