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€ 1.3 bn is the value of sales from Italian fashion websites in 2013 with an increase year by year of 30+% and considerable potentials for further growth since it represents only 20% of the total value of the Italian B2C e-commerce sector. These are some of the topics together with wearable technology issues impacting on the Internet of Things covered in the very interesting #Fashiononline event that took place in Milan (Italy).

Cyber bullying might be better prevented as a consequence of the self-regulatory code whose draft version is now subject to a consultation run by the Italian Ministry of the Economic Development. Bullying and harassments against minors have become more and more frequent because of the usage of electronic means and in particular social networks, emails and user generated content websites. A clear example of such phenomenon was given some years ago by the famous Google Vividown case which saw 3 Google...

For those of you who have not been able to attend the Webinar on wearable technologies in the healthcare sector - Remote patient monitoring eHealth system yesterday, I have posted here my presentation covering wearable technology issues, eHealth and the Internet of Things. Also, if you have questions or comments on the covered topics or want to receive the recording of the presentation, feel free to contact me, Giulio Coraggio ([email protected])  and as usual follow me on Twitter, Google+ and become one of my friends on LinkedIn.  ...

As a follow-up to the recent webinar on wearable technologies whose slides are available here, we are running a new webinar tomorrow 19 December 2013 at 6 pm CET (which is 5 pm UK time and 9 am PST) where we will focus on the privacy, medical devices and IP related legal issues connected to the usage of remote patient monitoring systems also reviewing the development of these technologies into wearable technologies also addressing issues that have been partially previously covered in...