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Objets connectés et risque de fascination technologico-juridique ; Objets connectés et la modélisation juridique des systèmes complexes

Abstract : Closely linked to the growing place of digital technology in contemporary societies, the rise of connected objects leads to a massive migration of the norm to technical objects which, to a certain extent, escape human and legal control. In spite of their advantages, they thus overturn the traditional normative system. Based on a transdisciplinary approach, the present study analyses the difficulties and legal issues raised by connected objects and identifies some legal improvements which could accompany the underlying technological evolution. The study revolves around four points: the potential of connected objects to increase the effectiveness of the law, the difficulties of legal qualification and therefore, of the application of the law faced with connected objects, the technological and legal risks raised by this phenomenon and the paradigm of legal rules specific to connected objects. It is aimed at a varied audience of lawyers and non-lawyers, practitioners, academics and students and beyond that, at any citizen interested in the metamorphosis of the normative system in the digital age.
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Jean-Sylvestre Bergé. Objets connectés et risque de fascination technologico-juridique ; Objets connectés et la modélisation juridique des systèmes complexes. Thierry Marteu, Irina Parachkevova et Jean-Baptiste Racine. Droit et objets connectés, Larcier, pp.115-116, 2020, 9782807920552. ⟨halshs-03024234⟩

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