With the advent of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), a new paradigm has emerged. This new paradigm is the Internet of Things which allows not just computer resources or communication devices but also all kinds of devices to get connected to the network. Internet of Things is projected to be the big network in the coming few years. Lot of technology advancement work is going on, to make Internet of Things far more robust. However, the Internet of Things itself brings across various complicated legal, policy and regulatory issues and challenges. On the other hand 'Internet of things' is now soft target for hackers. Despite the fact that these are still early days in the history of the Internet of Things, the legal policy issues thrown up by the Internet of Things have assume serious significance.
This eBook will look at the legal, policy and regulatory issues and aspects impacting the Internet of Things. Right from security and privacy, this eBook will look at other important issues including data protection and data ownership that are beginning to throw up pricking questions. At the time of writing, this eBook encapsulates a majority of important legal, policy and regulatory aspects impacting the Internet of Things that have either emerged or are beginning to emerge. Given the intrinsic new paradigm of the Internet of Things, it is but natural to expect that the jurisprudence on Internet of Things will continue to grow with the passage of time. .
Unless and until, the complex legal and policy issues concerning the Internet of Things are appropriately addressed by the relevant stakeholders, the robust, invigorating and all pervasive network of Internet of Things is not likely to achieve its full potential.
This eBook is an absolute must for all stakeholders in the Internet of Things ecosystem as also all students of law, legal practitioners, law libraries, law enforcement agencies, lawmakers and other stakeholders who are interesting in examining the next frontier of Cyberlaw jurisprudence thrown up by the Internet of Things.
This eBook is authored by Pavan Duggal (http://www.pavanduggal.com), Asia’s and India’s foremost expert on Cyberlaw and Mobile Law. This eBook’s Author runs his niche law firm Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates (http://pavanduggalassociates.com/) which is working on all aspects concerning technology and the law.
© Pavan Duggal, 2014