Recent technological change calls for a revolution in regulation.
The rise of artificial intelligence has ushered in new regulatory opportunities and challenges.
Regulation 1.0 provided a framework for balancing the interests of the public and regulated parties.
Technological changes are driving market changes that will call for new forms of regulation.
Gigi Sohn explains how regulatory policy can promote net neutrality and narrow the digital divide.
Increasingly complex AI cases require juries of experts and professional peers rather than a random selection of citizens.
Scholars warn of the potential difficulties of using deplatforming to curb disinformation online.
Scholar evaluates potential legal frameworks for regulating ChatGPT.
The ongoing Google antitrust trial could shape the future role of big data in digital markets and artificial intelligence.
Scholar argues that public attitudes about facial recognition tools should inform governmental use of the technology.
FCC Chair Rosenworcel should reconsider her messaging about the role of public comments in the new net neutrality proceeding.
Scholar proposes that the dating app industry adopt a self-regulatory model to promote user safety.