Internet of Things

2 ECTs / 12h / English

This course will explore the Internet of Things environment by observing its interrelationship with the exercise of human rights on the Internet, such as freedom of expression, digital inclusion, security and privacy and intellectual property. To investigate the potential of the internet of things analyzing new business models that emerge in the current economic scenario, as well as aspects of digital markets and their relationships with traditional forms of production, distribution and cultural consumption. Assist students to think critically about the ongoing risks and also the legal matrices for coping with current and future problems in this scenario, understanding also the technological aspects involved in the controversies

Faculty

Invited Professor
FGV Rio de Janeiro Ph.D. in Law and Senior Fellow at the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung / KAS in Germany, on the European and…