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In Narrow Vote California Moves Next Generation Privacy Regs Forward | Privacy World

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Address Cyber-risks From Quantum Computing

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2023 Cybersecurity Year In Review | Privacy World

FTC Consumer Protection and Data Protection Insights for 2024 | Privacy World

This year, Congress is steadily progressing towards enacting meaningful legislation on artificial intelligence (AI) for the first time. At the end of 2023, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and his “Gang of Four” (Senators Todd Young (R-IN), Martin Heinrich (D-NM), and Mike Rounds (R-SD)) concluded their AI Insight Forums, a series of sessions where

Originally posted on Squire Patton Boggs’ Global IP and Technology blog by David Elkins and Stacy Swanson.

The U.S. is generally viewed as “behind” in its regulation of AI compared to the European Union and Asian countries. Yet ChatGPT’s release triggered a tsunami of U.S. legislation in 2023 from federal and state legislators seeking to address perceived concerns with the emerging and fast evolving technology. State legislatures have introduced nearly 200 AI bills in 2023. Congress does not have nearly that number of AI bills, with about 30 bills tabled thus far. The various pieces of U.S. legislation – federal or state – seek to regulate both the creation of AI models and how those models may be used.Continue Reading Federal Policymakers: Chasing the Runaway AI Train

Due to increasing regulation and focus on privacy practices, today’s organizations are faced with complex requirements for implementing an effective privacy program. Laws are being passed by US states and other countries at an increasing rate, leaving companies to solve for compliance across all relevant jurisdictions in an efficient manner. Doing so involves implementing tightly

Last month, a district court in the Northern District of California delivered a fatal blow to the Javier saga, dismissing his claim with prejudice. Javier v. Assurance IQ, LLC, No. 20-CV-02860-CRB, 2023 WL 3933070 (N.D. Cal. June 9, 2023).   As we previously reported, the court’s holding concludes a drawn-out dispute on a website

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Originally posted on Squire Patton Boggs’ Global IP and Technology blog by Carlton DanielJoseph Grasser and James Collis.

The use of artificial intelligence (“AI”) is growing, but whether AI-generated works can be protected by copyright remains unclear and the position is inconsistent across different jurisdictions including the UK and USA. A recent US case, concerning a comic book which included AI-generated images, offers an opportunity to contrast the two countries’ approaches to AI-generated work in more detail.Continue Reading Copyright Protection for AI Works: UK vs US

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A Guide Comparing EU, China, ASEAN Standard Contracts for Data Transfers | Privacy World

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