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Internet of Things Part 2: Dogs, Cameras, and Cybersecurity


What does the FTC have against cameras?

Internet protocol cameras are used to monitor many situations from dogs to babies, to homes and businesses. While there isn’t much at stake in some cases with these cameras rolling, for many consumers the stakes can be quite high in terms of valuable data. However, for years now there has been little concern for the camera’s security. Undoubtedly the manufacturers and/or the government had security for these devices covered, right? This white paper, based on current events, reveals that may not be the case however progress is being made.



Sara Hollan Chelette

Jackson Walker L.L.P.

Sara Hollan Chelette is a partner in the Dallas, TX office of Jackson Walker and is a commercial litigator specializing in complex commercial litigation. Sara counsels clients in breach of contract lawsuits and fiduciary disputes. She has assisted clients in cases involving trade secrets, covenants-not-to-compete, accounting malpractice, securities laws, and construction matters. Sara is experienced in both domestic and international arbitrations.

She serves as Co-Chair of Jackson Walker’s Cybersecurity Litigation practice. Sara has helped clients take proactive steps to prevent cyber incidents and be in the best position to respond in the event they arise. She has assisted clients in preparing incident response plans, entering into strategic vendor partnerships, and procuring cyber liability insurance. Sara has advised clients on nationwide data security incidents and counseled clients through incident response. She frequently publishes articles on emerging data privacy issues to educate clients.

Sara also has experience counseling clients on the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Sara has helped clients evaluate the applicability of the GDPR to their businesses, update their privacy policies, prepare and negotiate data processing agreements, and set up procedures for complying with subject access requests and record keeping requirements.

Matt Acosta

Jackson Walker L.L.P.

Matt Acosta is a Partner in the Dallas, TX office of Jackson Walker L.L.P. Matt is an Intellectual Property litigator and advisor experienced in a variety of intellectual property matters. His litigation practice includes counseling clients at every stage of the trial process, including developing cost effective litigation strategies, reducing the burdens of discovery, negotiating favorable settlements, and representing clients at trial. Matt has litigated cases throughout the country, including in Illinois, Florida, Utah, Delaware, California and Texas. Matt has also practiced before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and appeared before the Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation. Matt has served as counsel in over seven dozen patent litigation matters involving the internet, telecommunications, consumer electronics, biomedical, and software technology fields. He has also represented clients in an array of contract, breach of warranty, banking, insurance and other complex commercial matters.

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