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Generative AI—Competitive Tool or a Tool of Your Own Demise?
Most people recognize that generative AI, the use of artificial intelligence to generate content, represents an incredible tool. It allows companies and individuals the ability to automate certain processes, use a powerful computing tool to perform t...
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This Is Not a Test: The Significant Impacts of the Ireland Data Protection Commission’s Meta Decision
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), through Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC), issued another fine against a large US technology company. What may come as a surprise is the scope of the Meta (fka F...
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Don’t Believe Everything You Read about the Warhol Decision
Which is less reliable, the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the much-watched case of Warhol v. Goldsmith or what reporters and commentators have said about it? Widely reported as a case alleging that Andy Warhol’s famous series of silkscreen rende...
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Supreme Court Maintains Internet Safe Harbor Provisions … for Now
With little comment and reportage, the U. S. Supreme Court decided on May 18 that the “safe harbor” granted to the operators of online platforms precluded claims that an algorithmic process that allowed terrorist recruiting messages to be briefly ava...
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My Health My Data: Washington’s Limited but Comprehensive Privacy Law
If you work at a HIPAA-regulated entity, you can stop reading right now. Washington’s My Health My Data Act (MHMD) aims to cover all of the health-related information that consumers believe are protected by some federal law but are not, such as...
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The Accidental Infringer: What You Need to Know about Copyright When Using Photos from the Web
You’ve received a letter from a lawyer saying that a photo you found online and uploaded to your website infringes a photographer’s copyright. Maybe you do nothing and wait to see if you get another letter. Maybe you take the letter seriously and rem...
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