THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Exploring the Things in the Internet of Things: Implications for Business, Consumers, and the Law

When
Friday, February 3, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The symposium was followed by a wine and cheese reception

Where
New York Law School
Events Center
185 West Broadway
New York, New York 10013

Videos from this event will be available on the Program page

The New York Law School Center for Business and Financial Law and the New York Law School Law Review presented the symposium “Exploring The Things in the Internet of Things: Implications for Business, Consumers, and the Law.” 

Federal Trade Commissioner Terrell McSweeny was the keynote speaker.

The conference brought together leading practitioners, academics, and industry leaders to discuss the various legal and policy issues raised by the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things.

Panelists discussed the data, security and privacy implications of the Internet of Things, key regulatory issues, the rise of smart cities, business models embracing the Internet of Things, and product and contract law lability for vulnerable devices, among other things.

The symposium chairs are Tamara Belinfanti, Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Center for Business and Financial Law at New York Law School, and  Stacy-Ann Elvy, Associate Professor of Law and Associate Director of the Center for Business and Financial Law at New York Law School. Papers will be published in a forthcoming issue of The New York Law School Law Review.