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Internet of Things

The development of the internet in which everyday objects – cell phones, wearable devices, cars, washing machines, refrigerators – are connected so that they can send and receive information from each other is known as the internet of things.

The internet of things has the capacity to change the way we live and work. In addition to security implications, as the internet of things is based on the autonomous collection of data by machines, it also raises privacy concerns.

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11
Sep
2015

Towards a new digital ethics: Data, Dignity and Technology

Opinion
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14
Oct
2014

Mauritius

Mauritius Declaration on the Internet of Things
Available languages: English
Resolution on Big Data
Available languages: English
Resolution on enforcement cooperation
Available languages: English
Resolution on Privacy in the digital age
Available languages: English
Global Cross Border Enforcement Cooperation Arrangement
Available languages: English