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Tyler Robbins has experience researching and drafting legal memoranda, comments to federal agencies, and amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Since the European Union seized the early global lead in regulating artificial intelligence, the U.S. Congress has made noise about the need for federal AI legislation, but progress has been slow. The absence of a similarly comprehensive federal law from Congress has created a vacuum that is now being filled by individual states.

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The White House recently issued its most extensive policy directive yet concerning the development and use of artificial intelligence through a 100-plus-page Executive Order titled “Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence” and accompanying “Fact Sheet” summary.

Following in the footsteps of last year’s Blueprint for AI Bill

The fast-developing innovations brought by generative artificial intelligence (AI) are hastening calls from industry and government to consider new regulatory frameworks. The EU was in the process of implementing its AI Act, first proposed on April 21, 2021 (as we previously summarized), before generative AI chatbots were widely released. While the EU’s AI Act

The recent dramatic growth of artificial intelligence technologies continues to be a focus of the Biden administration. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration, a federal agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce, recently issued a Request for Comment that seeks public comment on system accountability measures and policies for AI systems, including (1) the definition

In response to the increased frequency and severity of data breaches in the telecommunications industry, the Federal Communications Commission recently published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that seeks to strengthen and broaden its breach notification rules arising from the unauthorized disclosure of customer proprietary network information (CPNI).

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The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), a part of the Executive Office of the President, recently published a white paper titled “The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights: Making Automated Systems Work for the American People” (Blueprint). This Blueprint offers a nonbinding framework for the responsible development of policies and

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comment on vulnerabilities that threaten the security and integrity of the Border Gateway Protocol, which is central to the internet’s global routing system. The BGP’s design is widely deployed and lacks security features to ensure trust in the information being exchanged.

The FCC seeks comment on how