Requiring algorithmic impact assessments would promote responsible decision-making and inform future policies.
In the face of new technologies, a nonprofit auto safety body provides an institutional model for elevating public protection ambitions.
Scholar argues that relying primarily on rights to protect privacy will fail to empower individuals or counter societal harms.
Scholars argue for regulatory intervention to protect consumers from NFT minting companies’ deceptive practices.
The FTC’s investigation of ChatGPT may shed light on how consumer protection law applies to artificial intelligence.
EU regulators are considering whether to require major technology firms to pay to use telecom networks.
Legislators struggle to regulate children’s data online.
A recent court decision about pencils may turn out to help protect rights in an era of artificial intelligence.
Scholar brings a historical perspective to the debate around social media deplatforming.
The FTC’s proposed changes to its premerger notification form are unlikely to survive judicial review.
Scholar argues that a platform liability shield limits protection from housing discrimination.
Scholar argues for greater privacy protections of personal medical data collected by wearable health technologies.