The Internet Of Health Things: Privacy And Security Issues

Law360, New York (July 27, 2016, 10:50 AM EDT) -- The internet of things — a network of interconnected devices that collect, store and transmit data and communicate with people or other objects — is quickly becoming ubiquitous across industries. The Federal Trade Commission estimates there are currently more connected devices than people, and by 2020, there may be as many as 50 billion "smart" devices in use worldwide — nearly one for every two persons who have ever lived (108 billion, according to the Washington Post).

Not so long ago, the specter of so much data, in so many places and about so many people, might have been unwelcome, if...

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