Sooner rather than later, your fridge could be connected to your Facebook account. Your toilet could send out tweets. It's the Internet of Things -- the universe of web-connected devices from Fitbits to smart appliances -- and it's becoming more of a reality every day. The IoT, of course, raises a gig or two of legal questions: questions regarding privacy, cybersecurity, transparency, and liability.
But the Internet of Things also provides a wealth of evidence. All that data on your sleep patterns, your thermostat use, and gym schedule can and will be held against you (or your clients) in a court of law. In other words, your smart device is a narc.