Tag Archives: connected devices

California Bill Poised to Change Regime Governing the Internet of Things

A bill pending in the California legislature, if passed, would create new obligations for manufacturers of “connected devices.” S.B. 327 (also known as the “Teddy Bear and Toaster Act”) would operate somewhat differently than existing laws, such as the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”). Security obligations. Manufacturers of connected devices that sell those devices … Continue Reading

Cybersecurity Risks with Connected Devices

By Bianca Nunes Cybersecurity vulnerability is becoming an increasing concern as medical devices are becoming more connected to the Internet, hospital networks, and other medical devices. As we previously reported, FDA has increasingly focused on promoting cybersecurity, recognizing that compromised medical devices can pose a risk to patient health and safety and to the confidentiality … Continue Reading

FTC Announces November Workshop on Cross-Device Tracking

As the FTC continues to explore the Internet of Things (“IoT”) and IoT devices, today the agency announced that it will host a workshop in November on the topic of cross-device tracking.  Recognizing that today’s typical consumer daily uses a variety of connected devices while simultaneously interacting with numerous platforms, software applications, service providers, and … Continue Reading
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