The book Internet of Things and the Law: Legal Strategies for Consumer-Centric Smart Technologies (Routledge 2022) has been welcomed as:
“A model for future work in the law and political economy of technology policy” (Professor Frank Pasquale, Brooklyn Law School, author of the bestseller The Black Box Society)
“A timely and brilliant addition to scholarship that should inform forward-thinking regulatory approaches” (Professor Caroline B Ncube, Professor and SARChI Research Chair in Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development, University of Cape Town)
“A wonderfully informative and deeply reflective study” (Professor Megan Richardson, Professor of Law, University of Melbourne, and Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society)
“The only comprehensive and thorough legal analysis of the IoT” (Professor Marco Ricolfi, Co-Director of the Nexa Centre for Internet & Society; Professor of Commercial Law, Università degli Studi di Torino; Equity Partner at Weigmann Studio Legale)
My #IoTLaw book has also been positively reviewed in the leading journals in the field i.e. GRUR International, The Journal of World Intellectual Property, International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, Law & Digital Technologies.
The Italian launch of the book was successfully hosted by the Nexa Centre for Internet & Society (watch the video here), while the UK launch has been kindly organised by The Royal Society of Arts and will be hosted next month by the Faculty of Advocates in Edinburgh. A Belgian launch will follow and will be hosted by DRAILS, a joint venture of UCLouvain and USL-Bruxelles.
You can buy the book here (don’t forget to use the code FLA22 for a 20% discount!)