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Legal aspects of building and functioning of the Internet of things

Student: Artem Novinskii

Supervisor: Nikita Danilov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The object of this study is the legal relations, which arise in connection with the implementation and use of the Internet of Things technology. The purpose of this research is to review legal methods for reducing the risks posed by the increasing production opportunities due to the implementation of the Internet of things – both within the framework of existing legal provisions and in the context of draft laws, road maps of national projects and initiatives, foreign regulation of IoT and doctrinal sources. The work is divided into four chapters. In the first chapter, divided into two sections, in the first of which the subject of the study is considered, its definition is formed, and in the second, a key element of the legal relationship that constitutes it is established, which is information that has a dynamic character. The second chapter examines the existing and prospective legal constructions with the help of which such arrays of information can be turned over which constitute the main factor of production, the means of operation and the subject of commercial interest in the Internet of Things. The third chapter is devoted to changes occurring with the category of legal personality in connection with the use of technologies related to the subject, namely the integration of the Internet of things and automation systems, as well as artificial intelligence from the standpoint of foreign and russian legal thought, in the relevant paragraphs. The fourth chapter considers other legal aspects of the introduction of technology that has become the subject of this study. The issues reviewed in this study and various proposals as to how to deal with them can be useful while ensuring general prerequisites for self-regulation and resolving disputable situations when operating of the Internet of Things.

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