The Internet of Things – The Internet of Things or of Human Objects? Mechanising the New Social Order

Bruno Zeller, Robert Walters, Leon Trakman

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Abstract

Like the printed book, the Internet of Thing [IoT] has also changed the perception of reality and conceptions of social interaction. It has changed the levels of how information is perceived and viewed. For many people, it is the sharing of mostly personal information via social networks that extends from a personal face-to-face interaction to a global communication; a form of communication that is accessible to many in an instant and retransmitted to a global audience. With the speed and volume of transmission(s), the Internet has created a different social construction of reality and has assisted the spread of knowledge; however, it has also been the source of misinformation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)15-103
JournalRutgers Law Record
Volume47
Issue number15
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jan 2020

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