The Federal Trade Commission is after your Artificial Intelligence.
According to a recent news release, the FTC has approved an omnibus resolution authorizing the use of compulsory process in nonpublic investigations involving products and services that use or claim to be produced using artificial intelligence (AI) or claim to…Continue Reading The FTC Is Coming After Your AI
Here are a few things to consider in a cross border complaint, according to the…Continue Reading Cross Border Complaints: What You Need to Consider
Pennsylvania is considering its own state privacy law, joining California and a host of other…Continue Reading Pennsylvania Could Join the US State Privacy Law Race
The White House recently published a fact sheet for President Biden’s Executive Order on Artificial…Continue Reading President Biden’s Executive Order on AI: Key Takeaways
Here is what we can learn from class action lawsuits filed in the last few days under the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA), the Pennsylvania Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance…Continue Reading What Can We Learn From Recent Wiretapping Lawsuits?
The Federal Trade Commission is closely watching the artificial intelligence marketplace, as well as company conduct, as more AI products emerge, according to a recent FTC blog post.
“We…Continue Reading Consumers Are Concerned About AI, FTC Says
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently issued guidance about the legal requirements that lenders must adhere to when using artificial intelligence and other complex models.
The guidance sheds light on…Continue Reading What Are Regulators Looking for in Privacy Notices?
Providers in the mobility space take note.
The Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate, Andmekaitse Inspektsioon, conducted a short term vehicle rental sweep that could be important in light of a declared…Continue Reading What Can Estonia’s Short Term Vehicle Rental Sweep Teach Us About California?
Two U.S. Senators – one Democrat and one Republican – are working together to draft bipartisan legislation regulating artificial intelligence, according to the New York Times.
Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat…Continue Reading Senators Propose Bipartisan Framework to Regulate Artificial Intelligence
In a joint resolution, the California legislature affirmed that both the California Assembly and Senate are commitment to President Joe Biden’s vision for safe artificial intelligence.
Specifically, they expressed support…Continue Reading California Legislature Endorses White House’s AI Bill of Rights
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Tuesday said it intends to propose a rule that would apply the Fair Credit Reporting Act to data brokers and other companies that…Continue Reading The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Is Coming to a Data Broker Near You
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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.