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2024 U.S. regulatory enforcement priorities for data & AI

In late 2023 and early 2024, federal and state regulators signaled their enforcement priorities regarding the use of data and AI. These enforcement priorities range from sweeping investigations into entire labor sectors to targeting specific uses of technology. FEDERAL FTC. The

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An overview of biometrics laws in the U.S.

[Updated: September 27, 2023] In addition to state comprehensive privacy laws, state legislatures are increasingly interested in regulating the collection, use, and possession of biometric data. It is therefore imperative for startups and businesses to remain informed of the potential laws

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CCPA + CPRA Timeline of Key Events

[Updated: August 30, 2023] As the first comprehensive state privacy law to provide broad consumer rights over personal information, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) is a groundbreaking privacy law in the United States, and it paved the way

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Guidance on Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection

[Updated: March 7, 2024] For many of us, Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) represents innovation, opportunities, and potential value to society. For data protection professionals, however, AI also represents a range of risks involved in the use of technologies that shift processing of

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Two-Party Consent Requirements for Recording Calls

For a call recording to be lawful, federal law [1] and most states require at least one party to the conversation to consent to the recording. However, many states go further, requiring two-party (or all-party) consent for a call to be lawfully

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