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For those that missed the articles of August 2014, here is what I have been discussing about!It was a quite busy summer period where I covered the following interesting topics:Internet of Things - Italian telecom authority seeks inputsRFID logo and data protection test to boast the marketInternet of Things and telecom law issuesTroubles for B Plus create new video lottery opportunities?I hope you will enjoy them. And as usual feel free to contact me, Giulio Coraggio ([email protected]), to discuss.  And follow me on my Facebook page, Twitter, Google+ and become one of my friends on LinkedIn.Image courtesy of Flickr by Peter Mackey...

Internet of Things technologies require the communication between devices on telecom networks that vary depending on the type of service provided.  Such communications in some cases lead to telecom law issues in relation to the possibility to use the relevant telecom network and obligations triggered by such usage.  These are among the issues that the Italian telecom authority, AGCOM and the UK telecom authority, OFCOM, will be discussing during the current consultation on the Internet of Things.

The Internet of Things (IoT) will enable devices to communicate and share data with one another and data to be combined and used across multiple applications.  However, such applications also raise relevant legal issues.  The Italian Telecom Authority (AGCOM) has for this purpose just launched a consultation on the Internet of Things in order to understand how to better foster this market whose value will reach $ 7.1 trillion in sales by 2020.