In the last few years, the right to privacy debate in the United States has increased in pace and volume. One issue at the center of this long debate is how best to implement the right privacy tools in a manner that does not disrupt business and technological innovation. The current criticisms fail to appreciate that the next technological paradigm is completely dependent on both the quality and quantity of data.
As connected things (IoT) explode in popularity, they make things such as augmented reality (AR) and autonomous vehicles possible. And as interconnectivity grows, so too do the opportunities. The companies that fail to properly leverage new technologies and data opportunities may find themselves falling behind their competitors.
In venturing into these emerging paradigms, companies should stay informed of recent enforcement actions, cases, and laws to determine how their role within new ecosystems may be impacted.
This publication covers the ongoing evolution of the legal landscape for data-centric products, so that organizations can continue to succeed in their development of data-centric products.