Privacy, security, and data ownership issues surrounding Internet of Things devices are creating a host of new legal questions and problems. Here’s what’s happening now, and what you need to know.

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Internet of Things (IoT) devices represent potential points of security failures, and the data they generate or collect is raising new privacy concerns. In addition, since the IoT involves an entire value chain of hardware, software, and services, data ownership issues may arise among different parties, including the device manufacturers, software providers, service providers, end users, and others.

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