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Australian Privacy Regulator Commences Penalty Proceedings Against Medibank | Privacy World

Guidance on how Ofcom and the ICO intend to

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Singapore Publishes Generative AI Model Governance Framework | Privacy World

FCC Chair Proposes Investigation of Potential Disclosure Requirements for AI-Generated

The Chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Jessica Rosenworcel has proposed to her colleagues that the FCC investigate “whether the agency should require disclosure when there is AI-generated content in political ads on radio and TV.”   The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, which is not yet public and still must be approved by a

We are pleased to announce the launch of our firm’s AI Law & Policy Hub, a thought leadership resource focused exclusively on the legal and policy issues around AI. It is a single destination containing all our global multidisciplinary insights, blogs, podcasts and videos including data privacy, intellectual property, competition/antitrust, regulatory, policy and other

Last week was a busy one for AI regulation. The week started and ended with big news from Colorado: on Monday, Colorado’s legislature passed “Concerning Consumer Protections in Interactions with Artificial Intelligence Systems” (SB 24-205) (Colorado AI Law) and, on Friday, Governor Jared Polis (D) signed the Colorado AI Law “with reservations” according to his letter to Colorado’s legislature. Although the Colorado legislature is the first U.S. lawmaker to pass general AI legislation, Colorado’s Governor has expressly invited Congress to replace the Colorado AI Law with a national regulatory scheme before the Colorado AI Law’s February 1, 2026, effective date.Continue Reading All Eyes on AI: Colorado Governor Throws Down the Gauntlet on AI Regulation After Colorado General Assembly Passes the Nation’s First AI Law

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Singapore Progresses Towards Amended Cybersecurity Law | Privacy World

Heavyweight Fight, Did the US or EU KO the AI Treaty?

1. Introduction

The Framework Convention on Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law has been concluded by the Council of Europe (CoE) Committee on Artificial Intelligence on March 24, 2024, finally landing a decisive blow with a provisional agreement on the text of a treaty on artificial intelligence and human rights (Treaty).

This Treaty is the first of its kind and aims to establish basic rules to govern AI that safeguard human rights, democratic values and the rule of law among nations. As a CoE treaty, it is open for ratification by countries worldwide. It is worth noting that in this epic battlefield, apart from the CoE members in one corner of the global arena, on the opposite corner, representing various nations like the US, the UK, Canada and Japan, we have the observers, eyeing the proceedings, ready to pounce with their influence. Although lacking voting rights, their mere presence sends shockwaves through the negotiating ring, influencing the very essence of the Treaty.Continue Reading Heavyweight Fight, Did the US or EU KO the AI Treaty?

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