The AALS Section on Internet and Computer Law hosts a panel on Cyborgs and the Law at the AALS Annual Meeting Jan. 2-6, 2019 (specific date and time TBD). “Forget networked toasters — Internet-connected devices are increasingly being integrated into human bodies, for medical, experimental, and expressive purposes. How will the legal issues surrounding the “Internet of Bodies” differ from the “Internet of Things”? How should regulatory agencies approach these phenomena? What inspires people to “hack” their own bodies? These issues and more will be explored by a diverse panel of legal and non-legal scholars.” Contact Christina Mulligan, christina.mulligan[@]brooklaw.edu for more information.
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