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Privacy and Cybersecurity September 2019 Events

Please join us for our September events. September 11 Data and Privacy in the Autonomous Car Tim Tobin will speak on the webinar, “Data and Privacy in the Autonomous Car, What New Questions Might We Face?” presented by the Privacy + Security Forum. To register, please click here. Location: Webinar September 13 Medical Technology Executive Forum Paul Otto will speak on cybersecurity & patient safety at the Medical Device Manufacturers Association’s 12th Annual Medical Technology Executive Forum. Location: Palo Alto, California September 16 Association of Independent Research Institutes Annual Meeting Melissa

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Navigating the Road Ahead: Auto Industry Stakeholders and Regulators Convene to Discuss Connected Vehicle Privacy

In the same week that the automotive industry gathers in Washington, D.C. for the 2018 Washington Auto Show, a cross-section of automotive stakeholders, government officials, and consumer and privacy advocates came together at Hogan Lovells’ Washington office to discuss privacy issues facing connected vehicles. The half-day conference, co-hosted by Hogan Lovells and the Future of Privacy Forum, convened on January 23, with the theme of “Privacy and the Connected Vehicle: Navigating the Road Ahead.” Panels focused on the privacy landscape surrounding automobiles and connectivity generally, regulatory developments and areas of government interest,

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Connected Vehicles in Focus at 2018 CES

In addition to displaying a wide array of next-generation connected vehicle technologies, the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (“CES”) hosted lively discussion of the new possibilities that will be created as vehicles become capable of seamlessly communicating with other vehicles, infrastructure, and pedestrians.  In one panel, Connected Vehicles in Connected Ecosystems, participants from across industries explored what the shift means for data collection, business models, and ecosystems.

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FTC and NHTSA to Explore Vehicle Privacy and Security Issues

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) are co-hosting a workshop on June 28, 2017, to explore the privacy and security issues raised by automated and connected vehicle technologies. The agencies are looking to explore the types of data such technologies collect, store, transmit, and share; the potential benefits and challenges posed by the technologies; the privacy and security practices of vehicle manufacturers; the roles that federal agencies should play in regulating privacy and security issues; and how self-regulatory standards apply to connected vehicle privacy

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Connected Cars are Coming. Quickly.

One of the highlights at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was the parade of new connected vehicle technologies.  Automakers and their suppliers rolled out a number of innovative capabilities that promise to shape the next generation of driving, make transportation safer and more efficient, revitalize our cities, and reduce air pollution.  Often lost amidst the “oohs” and “ahhs” these new capabilities inspire, however, is their dependence on radio spectrum and the policies that govern its use. The new connected vehicle capabilities come in decidedly different flavors.  Some, for example,

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Joshua Gans, Hogan Lovells, discuss disruption with French academics and regulators

Joshua Gans presented his new book, “The Disruption Dilemma“, at a seminar organized jointly by Hogan Lovells, and the Innovation and Regulation Chair of Telecom ParisTech and the Ecole Polytechnique. Gans was joined in the debate by Nicolas Curien, Professor of Economics and Commissioner at France’s audiovisual regulatory authority (CSA), Eric Paroche, competition partner at Hogan Lovells, and Marc Bourreau, Professor of Economics at Telecom ParisTech. What is disruption, and what makes a firm “disruptive”? Gans describes why incumbent firms may not propose a new disruptive technology to its customers