What the Do-Not-Call Rule Can Teach Regulators
Scholars argue the battle against spam calls holds valuable lessons for Big Tech regulators.
Moving Toward an Era of RegTech
International report surveys regulatory use of technology and barriers to their adoption in Australia and New Zealand.
A Regulatory Reboot Cannot Neglect Artificial Intelligence
The OECD should offer recommendations on the full potential and risks of artificial intelligence in rulemaking.
Detoxifying Social Media
Expert urges regulators to change incentives for social media to create a healthier digital sphere.
How Regulators Should Supervise Software
The CFTC and other regulators should evaluate with caution proposals to automate financial transactions.
Dark Patterns Cannot Stay in the Dark
In this Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship on manipulative online practices that deceive consumers.
Unlocking the Potential Between Blockchain and Antitrust
The tech and legal communities should recognize the complementary nature of antitrust law and blockchain.
Empathy in an Automated State
Increased use of artificial intelligence in public administration calls for efforts to give government a human touch.
Virtual Hearings in Agency Adjudication
ACUS assesses the changing landscape of how agencies use new technologies to hold hearings.
Improving the Management of Public Comments in a Digital Age
ACUS recommends best practices for how agencies manage mass, computer-generated, and falsely attributed public comments.
Collecting Information on Artificial Intelligence
Scholar advocates new research on current and emerging uses of advanced technologies.
Chasing Technology for 25 Years
HIPAA consistently falls behind health and wellness technology, jeopardizing individuals’ data privacy.