Abstract: IoT (Internet of Things) is a network of smart objects that are embedded with electronic sensors that aim to collect and exchange data with other smart devices. The legal literature has raised the question of the person entitled to have access to data (sensor manufacturers, smart object manufacturer, owner of this object, digital content provider, cloud provider). The study Iot-European Perspectives on Data Access Rights will attempt to clarify this issue in light of current European regulations, as well as those in the proposal stage.
Keywords: Internet of Things, data access rights, Data Act
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