Wearable technology and privacy — Global Data Hub update
There is a fresh batch of content on Taylor Wessing’s Global Data Hub site, which provides insight and guidance on data protection issues.
Wearable technology is developing at a prodigious rate, presenting both exciting opportunities and significant legal challenges.
This month, Global Data Hub considers the developing shift from mainstream, traditional computing to individual interaction with computers that are instead worn on the body and the privacy and data protection issues this may involve…
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