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  1. 4 Ways Copyright Law Actually Controls Your Whole Digital Life
  2. 5 Reasons The iPhone 6 Will Save The Internet of Things
  3. A "New Approach" to Standards and Consumer Protection
  4. A Dark Side of Data Portability: Litigators Love It
  5. A Simple Proposal To Improve Security for the Internet of Things
  6. A Supply Chain of Things: the EAGLET ontology fir highly visible supply chain
  7. Accommodating the Needs of iConsumers: Making Sure They Get Their Money's Worth of Digital Entertainment
  8. Agreement on Commission's EU data protection reform will boost Digital Single Market
  9. An ambitious EU circular economy package
  10. Appalto di Software e Trasferimento dei Diritti
  11. Austria
  12. BREAKING NEWS – EU Privacy Reform Agreed
  13. Belgium
  14. Bulgaria
  15. Circular Economy in Europe – Developing the knowledge base
  16. Closing the loop: Commission adopts ambitious new Circular Economy Package to boost competitiveness, create jobs and generate sustainable growth
  17. DRM in Cars Will Drive Consumers Crazy
  18. Data Protection and the Internet of Things. Keynote Address for EuroForum European Data Protection Days
  19. Denmark
  20. Des DRM intrusifs dans la voiture électrique Renault ZOE ?
  21. Device Democracy. Saving the Future of the Internet of Things
  22. Digital Content Contracts for Consumers
  23. Digital Content Services for Consumers: Comparative analysis of the applicable legal frameworks and suggestions for the contours of a model system of consumer protection in relation to digital content services
  24. Digital Market Manipulation
  25. Digital Rights Management and Fair Use
  26. Digital Rights Management from a Consumer's Perspective
  27. Do you ever really own a computerized device?
  28. EU
  29. Finland
  30. Five Challenges For The Internet of Things Ecosystem
  31. France
  32. French gadget-makers pour into the 'internet of things'
  33. General Presentation
  34. Germany
  35. Goods, Products and Services
  36. Google Glass and the Demise of Ownership
  37. Google Releases EtherPad as Open Source to Calm Users
  38. Google VP Vint Cerf Is (Sometimes) Terrified of the Internet of Things
  39. Greece
  40. Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway — With Me in It
  41. Helping consumers choose sustainable products and services
  42. Here's Why Every Company Is A Service Provider In The Internet Of Things Era
  43. How Internet Of Things Data Improves Product Development
  44. How smart connected products are transforming companies
  45. How the 'Internet of Things' Is Transforming the Meaning of Product
  46. Human-Focused Turing Tests: A Framework for Judging Nudging and Techno-Social Engineering of Human Beings
  47. Hungary
  48. Hype Cycle for the Internet of Things, 2014
  49. I Contratti di Internet. Sottoscrizione, Nuovi Contratti, Tutela del Consumatore, Privacy e Mezzi di Pagamento
  50. Iceland
  51. In Search of a Competition Doctrine for Information Technology Markets: Recent Antitrust Developments in the Online Sector
  52. Intelligent Assets: Unlocking the Circular Economy Potential
  53. International
  54. Internet of Things, per la privacy serve un approccio “by design”
  55. Internet of Things. Applicazioni, sicurezza e riservatezza dei dati personali
  56. Internet of Things: Services and Applications Categorization
  57. Internet of Things Grand Challenge Workshop. Forging the Path to Revenue Generation
  58. Internet of things: ubiquitous monitoring in space and time
  59. Internet of things – Need for a new legal environment
  60. Italy
  61. Just because something has value doesn't mean it has a price
  62. L'internet delle cose può fare bene alle aziende italiane, ma loro non lo sanno
  63. LCE: All watched over by machines of loving grace
  64. Legal view: How the General Data Protection Regulation will affect IoT firms
  65. Liechtenstein
  66. Looking Ahead — Future Issues when Reflecting on the Place of the iConsumer in Consumer Law and Copyright Law
  67. Luxembourg
  68. Netherlands
  69. Pagina principale
  70. Pay up or your car engine will stop
  71. Perché Solo la Cultura Open Source dei FabLab Può Salvarci da Auto e Frigo Intelligenti
  72. Poland
  73. Portugal
  74. Previous Next Internet of Things: vulnerability and security
  75. Products Are Now Platforms
  76. Regulation and the Internet of Things
  77. Remedies for buyers in case of contracts for the supply of digital content
  78. Renault Introduces DRM For Cars
  79. Renault customers cry foul over battery pack rental terms – Owning the car but renting the pack puts car makers in drivers seat?
  80. Republic of Ireland
  81. Research Questions
  82. Riforma del copyright e portabilità dei contenuti: le proposte della Commissione europea
  83. Roadmap for the Emerging IoT
  84. Romania
  85. SIGFOX One Network A Billion Dreams. M2M and IoT redefined through cost effective and energy optimized connectivity
  86. Samsung's Smart TVs Are Collecting And Storing Your Private Conversations
  87. Scenarios for Ambient Intelligence in 2010
  88. Spain
  89. Standardizing Consumers' Expectations in Digital Content
  90. Strategies for Manufacturing
  91. Sweden
  92. Switzerland
  93. That 'Internet of Things' Thing
  94. The End of Ownership: Why You Need to Fight America's Copyright Laws
  95. The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What It Means and How to Respond
  96. The Future of the Internet — And How to Stop It
  97. The Generative Internet
  98. The Risks of Using Portable Devices
  99. The circular economy
  100. The production phase of the circular economy
  101. UE: il balletto sull’economia circolare si chiude con un “pacchetto”
  102. UK
  103. USA
  104. Who Owns the Data in the Internet of Things?
  105. Windows 10 Preview Has a Keylogger to Watch Your Every Move
  106. You don’t know it, but you’re working for Facebook. For free
  107. Report:CSI PIEMONTE, Incontro: Big Data e Internet of Things (29 June 2015)
  108. Report:Call with G.N.L.D. (28 July 2015)
  109. Report:Meeting with R.B. (30 July 2015)
  110. Report:Report 01 (20 May 2015)
  111. Report:Report 06 (29 July 2015)
  112. Report:Report 07 (26 August 2015)
  113. Report:TCG2015, Innovare: Prodotti, Processi, Format Distributivi (30 June 2015)
  114. Report:TESANOVIC J., Lecture: Casa Jasmina. The open source way to the connected home (15 June 2015)

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