On 18th December we hosted the final instalment in our Internet of Things Webinar series for 2018 (more to come in 2019!). Michele Farquhar, Tim Tobin, Mark Parsons, and Valerie Kenyon provided a round-up of the hot topics from 2018, including key regulatory and legal developments in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, in areas such as connected vehicles, drones, smart … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
We’re here to help: we have published our second annual Global IP Outlook. The Outlook reflects on some of the major developments in intellectual property law and emerging and growing industries. Regardless … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
On July 26th, Hogan Lovells hosted another installment in its 2017 webinar series on emerging issues involving the Internet of Things (IoT). This webinar focused on potential legal issues with connected vehicles and smart cars, including in the areas of regulatory compliance, privacy, litigation, and intellectual property.
Lance Bultena, a partner in Hogan Lovells Washington, D.C. office, moderated the discussion. … Continue Reading
We are pleased to invite you to the next webinar in our Internet of Things series, taking place on 26 July at 12.00 P.M. EDT/5:00 p.m. BST, focusing on connected vehicles and smart cars. This session promises an insightful and comprehensive look at the most important legal issues involving connected vehicles, from autonomous driving to new mobility solutions. The discussion … Continue Reading
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; … Continue Reading
Please join us for our March 2017 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.
Connected vehicles today are rolling computers able to exchange information wirelessly with manufacturers, other vehicles, and third party service providers to significantly improve safety, efficiency, and comfort for drivers. Many entities are interested in the data these connected vehicles generate and transmit. These entities include dealers and repair shops, vehicle fleet service providers, end-users, infrastructure operators, diagnostics providers, researchers, financial … Continue Reading
With attention to connected car cybersecuity issues increasing globally, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) is leading the EU’s first bloc-wide initiative to identify cybersecurity rules of the road for connected cars. On July 13, ENISA announced a study aimed at creating a comprehensive list of cybersecurity policies, tools, standards, and measures to enhance security in … Continue Reading
Please join us for our June 2016 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.
Connected cars will generate large volumes of data, including data on engine performance, location and driver behaviour. The European Commission has convened multi-stakeholder groups to figure out how to organize access to that data in a safe, competitively neutral and privacy-friendly way. Two recent reports shed light on the principles that should apply to any data sharing infrastructure.
Policy conversations … Continue Reading
On 16 April 2015, the French data protection authority, the CNIL (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés), published its annual report for 2014. The CNIL’s annual report is an opportunity for the authority to report on its activities over the previous year as well as set out its priorities for the coming year. Significantly, a number of … Continue Reading