The machines aren’t coming for your job — they’re here to help. But when humans work with artificial intelligence (“AI”) assistance, who owns the final product?
The Supreme Court of Illinois recently held that use of a fingerprint system by White Castle, Inc. (“White Castle”) to authenticate employees, without the consent of the employees, entailed multiple violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (the “BIPA”), not a single violation.
Artificial intelligence (AI) models are transforming industries and the workplace. While few companies will create AI models from scratch, most will find themselves licensing AI models from others.
Generative artificial intelligence (“Generative AI”) is making waves due to its ability to create entirely new sentences, stories, images, and even music. Those waves also have been felt in the legal industry, and Generative AI has extraordinary potential in the practice of law to help deliver better client service.
Artificial intelligence (“AI”) is revolutionizing the workplace, and bringing with it unique cybersecurity challenges.
After 18 months of numerous workshops, drafts, and discussions, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) published its inaugural AI Risk Management Framework (the “AI Framework”) in January 2023.
Epic Games, Inc. (“Epic”) agreed to pay a combined $520 million in two “record-breaking settlements” on Monday.
On October 12, 2022, New York Attorney General Letitia James fined Zoetop Business Company, Ltd. (“Zoetop”), the owner of fast-fashion brands SHEIN and ROMWE, $1.9 million for mishandling a 2018 data breach and lying to the public about the scope of the breach.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit recently held that a plaintiff had standing to sue her former employer for a data breach that exposed her personal information to the “Dark Web” because she sufficiently alleged an “imminent” and “concrete” injury, despite not yet having her identity stolen as a result of the breach.
In a recent Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) enforcement action, the SEC concluded that a registered broker-dealer and investment adviser (the “Firm”) violated Rule 30 of Regulation S-P by failing to adopt sufficient policies and procedures governing decommissioning of data-bearing devices.
On August 24, 2022, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a settlement with Sephora, one of the largest cosmetic retailers in the world, to resolve allegations that the company illegally sold consumer data and violated the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”).
It has been over a year since the Colonial Pipeline cybersecurity incident, and the Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”) continues to issue cybersecurity directives to owners and operators of critical pipelines and liquified natural gas facilities.