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Regulating Industrial Internet Through IPR, Data Protection and Competition Law

Edited by Rosa Maria Ballardini, Petri Kuoppamäki, Olli Pitkänen
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About this book:

Regulating Industrial Internet Through IPR, Data Protection and Competition Law is the result of a larger project titled ‘Future Regulation of Industrial Internet (FRII)’, a collaborative academic-industry study funded by Business Finland (former Tekes) – the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation, and the industrial consortium between 2016 and 2019. The digitization of industrial processes has suddenly taken a great leap forward, with burgeoning applications in manufacturing, transportation and numerous other areas. Many stakeholders, however, are uncertain about the opportunities and risks associated with it and its effect on businesses and national economies. Clarity of legal rules is now a pressing necessity. This book, the first to deal with legal questions related to Industrial Internet, follows a multidisciplinary approach that is instructed by law concerning intellectual property, data protection, competition, contracts and licensing, focusing on business, technology and policy-driven issues. It aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the Industrial Internet regulation.

What’s in this book:
Experts in various relevant fields of science and industry measure the legal tensions created by Industrial Internet in our global economy and propose solutions that are both theoretically valuable and concretely practical, identifying workable business models and practices based on both technical and legal knowledge. Perspectives include the following:

  • regulation of Industrial Internet via intellectual property rights (IPR);
  • data ownership versus control over data;
  • artificial intelligence and IPR infringement;
  • patent ownership in Industrial Internet;
  • abuse of dominance in Industrial Internet platforms;
  • data collaboration, pooling and hoarding;
  • legal implications of granular versioning technologies; and
  • misuse of information for anticompetitive purposes.

How this will help you:
As Industrial Internet technologies are already being used in several businesses, it is of paramount importance for the global economy that legal, business and policy-related challenges are promptly analysed and discussed. This crucially important book not only reveals the legal and policy-related issues that we soon will have to deal with but also facilitates the creation of legislation and policies that promote Industrial-Internet-related technologies and new business opportunities. It will be of interest for a variety of audiences spanning from practitioners, patent and other IPR attorneys, innovation economists, companies, engineers operating in the Industrial Internet ecosystem, competition authorities and other policymakers.

Publish Date 08/30/2019
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789403517704
SKU 10065800-0002
Table of Contents

Editors

Contributors

Preface

PART I
Overview of the Industrial Internet Technology and Business

CHAPTER 1
Industrial Internet Technologies
Martti Mäntylä

CHAPTER 2
Business and Research Perspectives of Industrial Internet Applications
Lasse Eriksson, Matti Rossi, J.P. Shim & Carsten Sørensen

CHAPTER 3
Decentralizing the Web and the Industrial Internet: An Alternative Solution to Data Control
Ruben Verborgh, Sam Wrigley & Rosa Maria Ballardini

CHAPTER 4
Industrial Internet Solutions and Data Ownership Versus Control Over Data
Petteri Günther

PART II
The Industrial Internet and Intellectual Property Law

CHAPTER 5
Artificial Intelligence and Copyright Protection
Tanya Aplin & Giulia Pasqualetto

CHAPTER 6
AI and IPR Infringement: A Case Study on Training and Using Neural Networks
Juha Vesala & Rosa Maria Ballardini

CHAPTER 7
Owning Data via Intellectual Property Rights: Reality or Chimera?
Taina Pihlajarinne & Rosa Maria Ballardini

CHAPTER 8
3D Printing, Platformization and IPR: Balancing Stagnation and Innovation
Rosa Maria Ballardini & Anette Alén-Savikko

CHAPTER 9
Patent Market in the United States: Perspective of SME Patent Owners in the Industrial Internet
Katri Lahtinen

PART III
The Industrial Internet and Data Protection

CHAPTER 10
The IIoT and Design for Contextually Relevant Data Protection
Tuomas Pöysti

CHAPTER 11
Data Protection, Certification and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Tristan Henderson & Burkhard Schafer

CHAPTER 12
Finding the ‘Personal’ in the Industrial Internet: Why Data Protection Law Still Matters
Sam Wrigley, Anette Alén-Savikko & Olli Pitkänen

CHAPTER 13
Government Access to User Data: Towards More Meaningful Transparency Reports
Eleni Kosta & Magda Brewczynska

PART IV
The Industrial Internet and Competition Law

CHAPTER 14
Switching Costs and Abuse of Dominance in the Industrial Internet of Things Platforms
Tone Knapstad & Petri Kuoppamäki

CHAPTER 15
Data Collaboration, Pooling and Hoarding under Competition Law
Björn Lundqvist

CHAPTER 16
The Antitrust Relevance of Granular Versioning
Mariateresa Maggiolino

CHAPTER 17
Are Tech Giants (Mis)using Information for Anti-competitive Purposes?
Beata Mäihäniemi

PART V
The Industrial Internet and Contract Law

CHAPTER 18
Agile Methods and Their Impact on Project Management and Contracting
Jouko Nuottila & Soili Nysten-Haarala

CHAPTER 19
Conflict Management for Regulation-Averse Blockchains?
Riikka Koulu & Kalle Markkanen

Bibliography

Table of Cases

Table of Legislation

Index

Volumes