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Does a device need a
lawyer?
Does a device need a lawyer?
The world is going to be
connected
By 2020:
Gartner - 26 billion
Cisco - 50 billion
Intel - 2...
What does a device do?
IOT so ubiquitous that you
won’t know where they
are and what they are
doing
Only way of knowing
to...
No guarantee
“Nest cannot guarantee that
unauthorized third parties will
never be able to defeat our
security measures or ...
Hacking
Nest hacked at 2014
Black Hat event
Since then company
smoke alarm has been
pulled
Jan 2016 buggy software
update ...
Webcam hacks @FFD8FFDB
Gun hacks
TrackingPoint’s wifi
gun was hacked
Conclusion
Nothing is secure
AND there are no
legal guarantees
Blockchain
Shared ledger
Permanent
Add new content to
ledger
Validated by
stakeholders using
consensus system
What kind of content?
Device identities
Money
Programs
(distributed
applications)
Why interesting?
Transparency Predictable Interact directly
with device
Distributed
architecture
Resilience Device
Autonomy
Vending Machine
Vending machine
Put a coin in and it
gives you a
softdrink
You don’t know how
Vending machine
running a
di...
Motion Sensor
Sensor board
Add motion sensor
Add blockchain ID
Connect to distributed
application
Collect foot traffic
Motion sensor
As you walk motion sensor
sends you ping
You look up blockchain ID -
get meta data on
manufacturer
You look ...
The world is listening
Rules of Engagement
All devices should have
identities
Identity should detail
originator
Rogue devices should be
tainted o...
Blockchain Opportunities
Distributed application means
‘clean’ and ‘compliant’
collection of data
By using blockchain and ...
Old MacDonald had a farm..
Farm agrees for weather sensors to be
added to farm
Weather affects harvest
Actual weather usef...
What has this got to do with law
Law designed to protect society
IOT growing faster than any legal
guarantee or statutory ...
Conclusion
No a blockchain device should
not need a lawyer
It is far better than a lawyer
Compliance programmation
Does a device needs a lawyer?
Does a device needs a lawyer?
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Talk in "M2M with the Blockchain conference" held in London (on 17 March 2016) by Adam Vaziry.

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Does a device needs a lawyer?

  1. 1. Does a device need a lawyer?
  2. 2. Does a device need a lawyer? The world is going to be connected By 2020: Gartner - 26 billion Cisco - 50 billion Intel - 200 billion
  3. 3. What does a device do? IOT so ubiquitous that you won’t know where they are and what they are doing Only way of knowing today is to read terms of business
  4. 4. No guarantee “Nest cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties will never be able to defeat our security measures or use your personal information for improper purposes. You acknowledge that you provide your personal information at your own risk.”
  5. 5. Hacking Nest hacked at 2014 Black Hat event Since then company smoke alarm has been pulled Jan 2016 buggy software update caused devices to shut down
  6. 6. Webcam hacks @FFD8FFDB
  7. 7. Gun hacks TrackingPoint’s wifi gun was hacked
  8. 8. Conclusion Nothing is secure AND there are no legal guarantees
  9. 9. Blockchain Shared ledger Permanent Add new content to ledger Validated by stakeholders using consensus system
  10. 10. What kind of content? Device identities Money Programs (distributed applications)
  11. 11. Why interesting? Transparency Predictable Interact directly with device Distributed architecture Resilience Device Autonomy
  12. 12. Vending Machine Vending machine Put a coin in and it gives you a softdrink You don’t know how Vending machine running a distributed application Put a coin in and it gives you a softdrink You do know how
  13. 13. Motion Sensor Sensor board Add motion sensor Add blockchain ID Connect to distributed application Collect foot traffic
  14. 14. Motion sensor As you walk motion sensor sends you ping You look up blockchain ID - get meta data on manufacturer You look up distributed application it is running
  15. 15. The world is listening
  16. 16. Rules of Engagement All devices should have identities Identity should detail originator Rogue devices should be tainted on blockchain Do not trust a device if you can’t read its code
  17. 17. Blockchain Opportunities Distributed application means ‘clean’ and ‘compliant’ collection of data By using blockchain and the ability to transfer value devices can re-sell their data directly
  18. 18. Old MacDonald had a farm.. Farm agrees for weather sensors to be added to farm Weather affects harvest Actual weather useful for pricing of Futures contracts Devices on farm directly sell data feed to approved buyers using distributed application
  19. 19. What has this got to do with law Law designed to protect society IOT growing faster than any legal guarantee or statutory intervention Every company will be hacked that is a fact More resilient system is required to prevent systemic risk Blockchain presents that opportunity
  20. 20. Conclusion No a blockchain device should not need a lawyer It is far better than a lawyer Compliance programmation

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