The FTC is currently seeking comments on the market impacts and competitive dynamics of cloud computing.
The FTC has published a post on chatbots and deceptive AI-generated content.
More than one thousand AI experts have called for a pause on AI experiments. The NY Times reports on their open letter here.
Relatedly, the Center for AI and Digital Policy has submitted a complaint to the FTC regarding OpenAI.
The decision in recent case Hachette v. Internet Archive will have important implications for library lending and digital first sale generally.
The UK government has issued its new policy on AI, “A pro-innovation approach to AI regulation.”
In the Netherlands, the District Court of Amsterdam has issued a landmark decision against Facebook for certain data collection practices.
There have been updates concerning the European Data Act proposal, which addresses questions of data portability not just regarding personal data but non-personal data as well.
The European Commission has announced new guidelines on exclusionary conduct, aiming to improve overall economic competition and benefit European consumers.
Elettra Bietti and others are organizing an event on different regulatory approaches to digital power and digital markets. If anyone is interesting in attending or receiving more information, please email Bietti at email@example.com.
Next week, the Guarini Colloquium will host Alexandre De Streel to speak on EU platform laws. The event will be held on Monday, April 3 from 4:45 to 6:45.
The Information Society Project at Yale Law School is hosting a conference from March 31st to April 1st called “Data (Re)Makes the World.”
(Compiled by Student Fellow Kiana Boroumand)