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While earning her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, Saroop Sandhu served on the board of the Coalition for Diversity and was a member of the Women of Color Collective, South Asian Law Student Association, and the Asian American Law Journal.

The Federal Trade Commission announced its first enforcement action alleging that discriminatory use of artificial intelligence was an unfair practice under Section 5 of the FTC Act on December 19, 2023. 

The enforcement action signals that the FTC is using and will continue to use its Section 5 unfairness authority to require reasonable safeguards on

The Supreme Court of New Jersey unanimously held that a wiretap order, rather than a search warrant, is required to seek “prospective electronically stored information” from Meta Platforms, Inc., the provider of the Facebook and Instagram services. Facebook, Inc. v. State, 254 N.J. 329, 341 (2023). The court reasoned that “the nearly contemporaneous acquisition of electronic communications … is the functional equivalent of wiretap surveillance and is therefore entitled to greater constitutional protection.” Wiretap orders are subject to heightened privacy protections, providing greater protections for users.Continue Reading NJ Supreme Court: Wiretap Order Required for Prospective Online Communications