Tag Archives: Internet law

These Walls Can Talk! Securing Digital Privacy in the Smart Home Under the Fourth Amendment

By: Stefan Ducich Privacy law in the United States has not kept pace with the realities of technological development, nor the growing reliance on the Internet of Things (IoT). As of now, the law has not adequately secured the “smart” … Continue reading

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Hacking the Internet of Things: Vulnerabilities, Dangers, and Legal Responses

By: Sara Sun Beale and Peter Berris The Internet of Things (IoT) is here and growing rapidly as consumers eagerly adopt internet-enabled devices for their utility, features, and convenience. But this dramatic expansion also exacerbates two underlying dangers in the … Continue reading

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Legal Nature of Emails: A Comparative Perspective

By: Edina Harbinja There is currently a conflict between laws and the market in their treatment of email. Laws mandate that emails are not protected as property unless copyrightable or protected by another legal mechanism. But the market suggests that … Continue reading

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