Internet of Things or Internet of Payments?

Making (the Internet of) Things pay? Will cars, fridges, watches, printers, and other moving and non-moving parts of the Internet of Things know value for money when they see it?

Tech - Exposed in a downturn

Tech has been transformed in the last decade. Does value invested in the cloud, big data and algorithms create new risks and opportunities if there is an economic downturn. If so, what...

A turning point for Tech

Are politics and regulation fundamentally changing the climate for tech? Join us to explore what's happening, what's coming and what it means for businesses, investors and...

Tech: Who wins, who loses?

20 years after the bursting of the dotcom bubble, the business of technology is more turbulent than ever.

Cyberthreats in the Internet of Things

The Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity and Litigation teams presented our webinar Cyberthreats in the Internet of Things. We explored some techniques that can be used to exploit...

The European Code of Electronic Communications: Remaining Challenges in IoT Deployment

The European Commission has set a broad and ambitious vision for the EU Digital Single Market and its electronic communications sector. The most significant development has been the...

Demystifying the U.S. CLOUD Act

Companies around the world continue to grapple with the implications of the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (CLOUD Act), which creates a new framework for U.S. law enforcement to ...

Since EU been gone - How tech and IoT product companies can be Brexit-ready

There are fewer than 35 days until the United Kingdom leaves the European Union – is your company prepared for a no-deal scenario?

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