- Posts by Clara G. IlkkaAssociate
As an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property group, Clara assists clients with intellectual property matters, including trademark, copyright, and patent issues and transactions, as well as privacy and data security ...
This month, Indiana, Montana and Tennessee passed comprehensive privacy laws. Each tracks closely the comprehensive privacy laws outside of California, but with some variations. None applies to employee data or has a private right of action. All have cure rights. Tennessee uniquely provides an affirmative defense for controllers who follow the NIST privacy framework. Tennessee’s law will go into effect July 1, 2024, giving businesses just over a year to prepare to comply. Indiana’s law affords businesses more time to comply – it will not take effect until January 1, 2026. Montana’s law will go into effect October 1, 2024. Below is a summary of key points from each law.
As artificial intelligence systems such as ChatGPT and Midjourney have become increasingly prominent, so have concerns about the effects that such programs may have on the economy and society at large. With more businesses incorporating artificial intelligence (“AI”) into their operations, these apprehensions about its use become more salient every day. While the potential uses of AI for innovation, automation, and streamlining tasks is great, the algorithms powering AI are not free from the biases reflected in the data and content that they are fed, creating risks of violating civil rights and consumer protection laws.
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