The beginning of 2018 has brought a lot of expectations that Brazil will, finally, have a national policy plan on the Internet of Things. The Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication and the Brazilian National Development Bank have recently released several reports, one of them deals with the regulatory challenges of IoT. This is undoubtedly a strategic subject for the national development of any country, since it will impact all sectors of the economy, such as health, urban mobility, agriculture, energy and retail. The core idea is that the objects surrounding us will become sensors that will monitor all aspects of our life in order to optimize it. For instance, a pacemaker could record the patients heart rate along every second or moment of the day, for more precise diagnostics and prognostics. Another example are automobiles, which could provide their geospatial data in real-time and throughout every second of the trip, for the purpose of enhancing traffic routes.