The White House recently issued an executive order that restricts cross-border transfers of personal data from the United States to “countries of concern.”
President Biden also urged Congress to pass comprehensive privacy legislation, especially to protect children.
Focus is on sensitive data, including genomic data, biometric data, personal…Continue Reading Biden Administration Issues Executive Order to Protect Sensitive Personal Data
U.S. companies thinking about falling back on “disproportionate” effort for access requests under the new…Continue Reading Don’t Expect to Easily Claim ‘Disproportionate’ Effort When Responding to US Data Access Requests
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is working to enforce employee surveillance, according to Benjamin Wiseman…Continue Reading The FTC and Employee Surveillance
The Office of the Data Protection Authority of the Bailiwick of Guernsey has issued concise…Continue Reading A Helpful Guide on Data Processing Consent
Virginia continues to charge ahead in the AI space, with Delegate Michelle Lopes Maldonado recently submitting a new “AI Developer Act.
Here are some key points to know.
AI…Continue Reading Virginia Looks to Regulate Artificial Intelligence
The AI Verify Foundation (AIVF) and Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) have developed a draft Model AI Governance Framework for Generative AI.
This framework expands on the existing Model Governance…Continue Reading AIVF, IMDA Propose Model Governance Framework for Generative AI
The Federal Trade Commission recently published a blog post regarding the privacy of DNA.
What do you need to know?
Protecting biometric information – including genetic data – is a…Continue Reading Your DNA and the FTC: What You Need to Know
Information Commissioner’s Office Issues Guidance on How to Keep Employment Records: What You Need to Know
The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office recently issued guidance on how to keep employment records.
This is good advise for employers beyond Europe (and particularly in California). The data…Continue Reading Information Commissioner’s Office Issues Guidance on How to Keep Employment Records: What You Need to Know
Federal Trade Commissioner Alvaro Bedoya recently released a statement on Rite Aid’s use of smart CCTV.
Here some key takeaways from the statement (and how the recent settlement applies to…Continue Reading How Will the FTC Regulate Artificial Intelligence?
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan recently published a proposed rule requiring lawyers to disclose any time they use artificial intelligence to help them write legal…Continue Reading Federal Judges Start Cracking Down on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Court Filings
Governor Tina Kotek recently established the Oregon State Government AI Advisory Council.
The council will develop recommendations for its utilization of artificial intelligence throughout state government, while honoring transparency, privacy…Continue Reading Oregon Establishes State Government AI Advisory Council
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There is a complex web of federal and state statutes and regulations that govern the gathering, use, and retention of private information. Yet many companies and institutions often have only a vague understanding of their rights, obligations, and potential liability. Fox Rothschild attorneys have the necessary experience to address investigations, claims, and lawsuits alleging violations in the privacy arena.