In the very near future many of the things we use in our day-to-day will track and share information on our habits to better serve our needs. Think running shoes that monitor your 5k training progress, cars that email when they need maintenance and refrigerators that can remind you to pick up milk while you’re out. Alongside the “wearable” computing revolution, the Internet of Things (IoT) has the capacity to change the way we live, helping us to draw correlations that can aid in our decision making processes. But while the future is bright for these technologies, the collection and use of private information is never without its legal pitfalls.

At this year’s Legaltech West panel “The Legal Implications of Wearables/Internet of Things,” those pitfalls will be examined in the context of both the near and long term. Speakers will include lawyer, author and legal technology evangelist for MyCase Nicole Black, as well as Pierre Zado, founder and attorney at Zado Law.

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