The IAPP is tracking the latest developments around artificial intelligence in its Resource Center. The page contains articles, resources and white papers that cover the ethical considerations when AI is used, regulation to tackle the technology and where it intersects with privacy. It also highlights the IAPP Privacy and AI Governance Report. (IAPP membership login required.)
A view from DC: A recap of the TikTok hearing
Technology policy is a tangled bowl of spaghetti. Digital platforms and social media apps operate at the nexus of a wide range of issues, from content moderation and safety to data security and privacy. And there is nothing quite like a congressional hearing to demonstrate just how complex this Gord...
US state privacy developments: Minnesota, Tennessee, Washington and more
The House Committee on Judiciary Finance and Civil Law supported the proposed Minnesota Age-Appropriate Design Code Act with amendments and referred it to the Commerce Finance and Policy Committee. The Tennessee Senate recommended passing the proposed Tennessee Information Protection Act, while ...
FTC addresses deception through generative AI, explores cloud data security
U.S. Federal Trade Commission Division of Advertising Practices attorney Michael Atleson wrote a post regarding the "deeper, emerging threat" of deceiving consumers through generative artificial intelligence. Atleson cited chatbots, voice clones and deepfakes as the more common deployments that "g...
Big Tech companies weigh in on FISA Section 702 reauthorization debate; Report highlights background
Bloomberg reports Big Tech companies, including Google, Meta and Apple, are lobbying for consideration of data access limitations if Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act is reauthorized by U.S. Congress. Current Section 702 provisions allow U.S. intelligence agencies to parse a...
A view from DC: It's all about TikTok
IAPP Managing Director, Washington, D.C., Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, CIPP/US, CIPM, offers his take on the latest privacy developments in the nation's capital and around the U.S., including takeaways from the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce's probing of TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew over the platfo...
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