WEBCAST: “What is your car saying to your shoes? Assessing the Internet of Things” #IoT @FordhamCLIP @PrincetonCITP

Fordham Symposium on the Internet of ThingsOn Friday March 14 2014 ISOC-NY is happy to webcast the Eighth Law and Information Society Symposium live from Fordham School of Law. This year’s event has the theme “What is your car saying to your shoes? Assessing the Internet of Things.“ It is presented by the  Fordham Center on Law and Information Policy (CLIP) and co-sponsored by the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP).

The “Internet of Things” is the term used to describe the networking of devices that have not traditionally been used to collect or process data. Internet connectivity and data collection mechanisms are being added to devices as diverse as pacemakers, athletic equipment, light bulbs, and coffee makers. As the networking of these devices becomes more prevalent in everyday life, legal and policy issues are now at the forefront of business and regulators’ agendas. For example, the FTC and other government organizations have expressed concern over privacy, security, and even technological and financing considerations. This conference seeks to address these wide-ranging issues and explore the legal framework that can support innovation along with the protection of society.

What: What is your car saying to your shoes? Assessing the Internet of Things.
Where: Fordham School of Law, NYC
When: Friday March 14 2014 8:50am – 5.00pm EDT | 1250-2100 UTC
Webcast: https://isoc-ny.org/p2/6380
Twitter: #IoT | @FordhamCLIP | @PrincetonCITP

Welcome + Session 1: A Tutorial in the Technology of Things (8:50am – 9:45am)


Session 2: Smart Security (9:45am – 10:45am)


Session 3: Smart Objects and Regulation (11:15am – 12:45pm)

  • The first 5 minutes are missing from this session. Will repost later.


Lunch Keynote: Julie Brill (1:15pm – 1.45pm)


Session 4: Connected Health Care (2pm – 3pm)


Session 5: Concept to Shelf– Marketing, Merchandising and Retail (3:15pm – 4:30pm)


Reflections on the Challenges and Opportunities (4:30pm – 5:00pm)