California governor Gavin Newsom signed the Delete Act, which requires data brokers to register with the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) and charges the CPPA with developing a one-stop-shop deletion mechanism for consumers to request the deletion of their data held by registered brokers.
Clearview AI successfully appealed a multimillion-pound fine imposed last year by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office, which a court found to lack jurisdiction, as since 2020 Clearview has only accepted law enforcement agencies or national security bodies as clients.
Google is hosting a discussion on potential new protocols that could be used to allow online creators to prevent the inclusion of their data in AI training datasets.
Meta released a new product allowing users to talk to AI chatbots, many using the likenesses of partner celebrities.
The Journal of Legislation and Public Policy is hosting a symposium (co-sponsored by PRG) on Monday, Oct. 23, about the legal and policy challenges surrounding telehealth. RSVP here.
The Information Law Institute is hosting a symposium on Thursday, Oct. 26, discussing the recent slate of child privacy laws restricting youth access to social media and the internet. RSVP by emailing ILIChildPrivacyRSVP@gmail.com.
(Compiled by Student Fellow Stephanie Chen)