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  1. How Smart, Connected Products Are Transforming Competition‏‎ (11 categories)
  2. Riforma del copyright e portabilità dei contenuti: le proposte della Commissione europea‏‎ (10 categories)
  3. European Parliament resolution on the Internet of Things‏‎ (10 categories)
  4. Perché Solo la Cultura Open Source dei FabLab Può Salvarci da Auto e Frigo Intelligenti‏‎ (10 categories)
  5. Roadmap for the Emerging IoT‏‎ (10 categories)
  6. Proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on certain aspects concerning contracts for the supply of digital content‏‎ (10 categories)
  7. Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions — Communication on future networks and the internet‏‎ (9 categories)
  8. Digital Consumers and The Law. Towards a Cohesive European Framework‏‎ (9 categories)
  9. Digital Content Contracts for Consumers‏‎ (9 categories)
  10. Digital Rights Management from a Consumer's Perspective‏‎ (9 categories)
  11. DIRECTIVE 2005/29/EC concerning unfair business-to-consumer commercial practices in the internal market‏‎ (8 categories)
  12. Europe’s policy options for a dynamic and trustworthy development of the Internet of Things‏‎ (8 categories)
  13. 10th Meeting of the Internet of Things Expert Group‏‎ (8 categories)
  14. Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions — Internet of Things: An action plan for Europe‏‎ (7 categories)
  15. Personal Property Servitudes on the Internet of Things‏‎ (7 categories)
  16. Accommodating the Needs of iConsumers: Making Sure They Get Their Money's Worth of Digital Entertainment‏‎ (7 categories)
  17. Remedies for buyers in case of contracts for the supply of digital content‏‎ (7 categories)
  18. Opinion 8/2014 on the Recent Developments on the Internet of Things‏‎ (7 categories)
  19. Google Glass and the Demise of Ownership‏‎ (7 categories)
  20. 4 Ways Copyright Law Actually Controls Your Whole Digital Life‏‎ (7 categories)
  21. Internet of Things. Applicazioni, sicurezza e riservatezza dei dati personali‏‎ (7 categories)
  22. David Orban: Internet of Things‏‎ (6 categories)
  23. Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions — A Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe‏‎ (6 categories)
  24. Nest‏‎ (6 categories)
  25. Why the internet of things favours dominance‏‎ (6 categories)
  26. The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What It Means and How to Respond‏‎ (6 categories)
  27. BREAKING NEWS – EU Privacy Reform Agreed‏‎ (6 categories)
  28. On Rights and Competition. Citizen’s Rights and Business’ Rights in a Progressively More Immaterial World‏‎ (6 categories)
  29. Internet of things – Need for a new legal environment‏‎ (6 categories)
  30. Creating Ubiquitous Computing, Virtual Worlds, and the Displacement of Property Rights‏‎ (6 categories)
  31. IoT Design Manifesto 1.0. Guidelines for Responsible Design in a Connected World‏‎ (6 categories)
  32. Customer Experience in the Internet of Things: Five Ways Brands Can Use Sensors to Build Better Customer Relationships‏‎ (6 categories)
  33. DRM in Cars Will Drive Consumers Crazy‏‎ (6 categories)
  34. Looking Ahead — Future Issues when Reflecting on the Place of the iConsumer in Consumer Law and Copyright Law‏‎ (6 categories)
  35. Proposal for a REGULATION on a Common European Sales Law‏‎ (5 categories)
  36. Mauritius Declaration on the Internet of Things‏‎ (5 categories)
  37. Payment Method Design: Psychological and Economic Aspects of Payments‏‎ (5 categories)
  38. REGULATION (EU) No XXX/2016 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data‏‎ (5 categories)
  39. Standardizing Consumers' Expectations in Digital Content‏‎ (5 categories)
  40. Internet of Things – New security and privacy challenges‏‎ (5 categories)
  41. Reactions to Renault Zoe battery 'DRM' are overblown, but knowledge is healthy‏‎ (5 categories)
  42. The Future of the Internet — And How to Stop It‏‎ (5 categories)
  43. Device Democracy. Saving the Future of the Internet of Things‏‎ (5 categories)
  44. Nintendo v. PC Box‏‎ (5 categories)
  45. LG Will Take The 'Smart' Out Of Your Smart TV If You Don't Agree To Share Your Viewing And Search Data With Third Parties‏‎ (5 categories)
  46. Fact-finding survey concerning Machine to Machine (M2M) communication services — Final Report‏‎ (5 categories)
  47. Information Technology Law‏‎ (5 categories)
  48. Legal certainty as a tool for the spread of the Internet of Things‏‎ (5 categories)
  49. The Hierarchy of IoT “Thing” Needs‏‎ (5 categories)
  50. 'Things' Are People, Too‏‎ (5 categories)
  51. Competition Policy: Theory and Practice‏‎ (5 categories)
  52. The Internet of Someone Else's Things‏‎ (5 categories)
  53. Products Are Now Platforms‏‎ (5 categories)
  54. Google Releases EtherPad as Open Source to Calm Users‏‎ (5 categories)
  55. Digital Rights Management and Fair Use‏‎ (5 categories)
  56. Oracle v. UsedSoft‏‎ (5 categories)
  57. Five Challenges For The Internet of Things Ecosystem‏‎ (5 categories)
  58. VTB-VAB NV v. Total Belgium NV and Galatea BVBA v. Sanoma Magazines Belgium NV‏‎ (5 categories)
  59. Internet of Things, per la privacy serve un approccio “by design”‏‎ (5 categories)
  60. The Devil Shares Prada: Consumers Want Experiences, Not Products‏‎ (5 categories)
  61. A "New Approach" to Standards and Consumer Protection‏‎ (5 categories)
  62. Attitudes and Behaviors of Mobile Network Operator Customers: Contributions toward empirically founded marketing strategies for mobile navigation and Internet services‏‎ (4 categories)
  63. Shrink-Wrap Licences in Europe After the EC Software Directive‏‎ (4 categories)
  64. Who Owns the Data in the Internet of Things?‏‎ (4 categories)
  65. The Epic Struggle of the Internet of Things‏‎ (4 categories)
  66. Three Major Challenges for the Internet of Things‏‎ (4 categories)
  67. LCE: All watched over by machines of loving grace‏‎ (4 categories)
  68. DIRECTIVE 2009/24/EC on the legal protection of computer programs‏‎ (4 categories)
  69. Internet of Things — Preliminary Report 2014‏‎ (4 categories)
  70. Regulation and the Internet of Things‏‎ (4 categories)
  71. Goods, Products and Services‏‎ (4 categories)
  72. Internet of things: ubiquitous monitoring in space and time‏‎ (4 categories)
  73. Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT-PSP)‏‎ (4 categories)
  74. AllSeen Alliance. An Open Source Project Building the Framework of the Internet of Things‏‎ (4 categories)
  75. Legal view: How the General Data Protection Regulation will affect IoT firms‏‎ (4 categories)
  76. Renault Introduces DRM For Cars‏‎ (4 categories)
  77. SIGFOX One Network A Billion Dreams. M2M and IoT redefined through cost effective and energy optimized connectivity‏‎ (4 categories)
  78. Previous Next Internet of Things: vulnerability and security‏‎ (4 categories)
  79. DIRECTIVE 93/13/EEC on unfair terms in consumer contracts‏‎ (4 categories)
  80. Digital Market Manipulation‏‎ (4 categories)
  81. Unfair Contract Terms in European Law. A Study in Comparative and EC Law‏‎ (4 categories)
  82. 30 Billion “Things” To Consider: How IoT Will Transform Enterprise IT‏‎ (4 categories)
  83. DIRECTIVE 95/46/EC on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data‏‎ (4 categories)
  84. Renault customers cry foul over battery pack rental terms – Owning the car but renting the pack puts car makers in drivers seat?‏‎ (4 categories)
  85. User Data Manifesto 2.0‏‎ (4 categories)
  86. That 'Internet of Things' Thing‏‎ (4 categories)
  87. Report from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament and the Economic and Social Committee on the implementation and effects of Directive 91/250/EEC on the legal protection computer programs‏‎ (4 categories)
  88. Human-Focused Turing Tests: A Framework for Judging Nudging and Techno-Social Engineering of Human Beings‏‎ (4 categories)
  89. Overview of the Internet of Things — Recommendation‏‎ (4 categories)
  90. Just because something has value doesn't mean it has a price‏‎ (4 categories)
  91. Apple unveils move towards health and home in new iPhone software‏‎ (4 categories)
  92. Do you ever really own a computerized device?‏‎ (4 categories)
  93. DIRECTIVE 2002/58/EC concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector‏‎ (3 categories)
  94. Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway — With Me in It‏‎ (3 categories)
  95. Essay: A Transactional View of Property Rights‏‎ (3 categories)
  96. I Contratti di Internet. Sottoscrizione, Nuovi Contratti, Tutela del Consumatore, Privacy e Mezzi di Pagamento‏‎ (3 categories)
  97. GM: That Car You Bought. We’re Really The Ones Who Own It‏‎ (3 categories)
  98. Internet of Things Grand Challenge Workshop. Forging the Path to Revenue Generation‏‎ (3 categories)
  99. Des DRM intrusifs dans la voiture électrique Renault ZOE ?‏‎ (3 categories)
  100. Windows 10 Preview Has a Keylogger to Watch Your Every Move‏‎ (3 categories)

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