The Cyber Law and Policy Scholars Conference (CLPSC) published its Call for Papers. Submissions are due by May 1, 2022.
Last Friday, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia dismissed a lawsuit against Amazon.com Inc that accused the company of antitrust violations. The Washington, D.C. attorney general filed the complaint last year, alleging that Amazon barred third-party sellers from offering better deals for their products elsewhere.
U.S. startup Clearview AI provided Ukraine’s defense ministry access to its facial recognition technology to use in the conflict with Russia.
The University of Florida is hosting The 2022 Technology, Media, & Privacy Law on Friday, March 25.
A federal class-action lawsuit filed in the Southern District of New York accused the NYPD of unconstitutionally collecting possible suspect DNA from cigarette butts, empty cans, or bottles left in interrogation rooms.
The Justice Department (anti-trust) is requesting the District Court for the District of Columbia to sanction Google for explicitly and repeatedly instructing its employees to shield important business communications from discovery by using false requests for legal advice, thus misusing attorney-client privilege.
Last week, the California Attorney General’s Office released an opinion clarifying that a consumer’s right to know under the California Consumer Privacy Act covers business-generated inferences unless there’s a proven statutory exemption.
A panel (April 4th, 2022, online) organized by S.T.O.P. will explore the NYC Mayors’ proposed expansion of municipal data collection and digitization of city services and the danger this plan poses to undocumented New Yorkers.
(Compiled by Student Fellow Uria Beeri)