Scholar analyzes regulation gaps and argues that COVID-19 created a unique opportunity to regulate technology overuse.
Scholar proposes a national regulatory system to ensure the equitable use of legal technology.
Sarah Hammer discusses emerging policy questions surrounding advances in AI and cryptocurrency.
Scholars argue that the FTC can apply its existing authority to combat discriminatory AI.
Recent lawsuits challenge artificial intelligence tools’ use of original works as copyright infringement.
Scholar argues that updates to antitrust regulation could support healthy online discourse.
Management-based regulation is needed due to artificial intelligence’s extreme heterogeneity.
President Biden issues an executive order directing federal agencies to regulate emerging AI technologies.
New White House directives take a management-based approach to governing artificial intelligence.
The NO FAKES ACT may undermine performers’ control over their intellectual property rights.
New SEC regulations are likely to change the cybersecurity landscape by encouraging more widespread adoption of best practices.
Recent technological change calls for a revolution in regulation.