EPIC Obtains Additional Records from AI Commission

EPIC, as part of the open government case EPIC v. AI Commission, has obtained more documents from the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence. Among the records is a report concerning best practices for advisory commissions that was delivered to the AI Commission in early 2019. Notably, the report contains no recommendations about transparency or public participation in the Commission’s work. A federal court recently ruled in EPIC’s case that the AI Commission is subject to the Federal Advisory Committee Act. Judge Trevor N. McFadden ordered the Commission to hold open meetings and regularly publish its records in the future. Judge McFadden previously ruled that the AI Commission is subject to the Freedom of Information Act, and the Commission began disclosing its prior records in January. The case is EPIC v. AI Commission, No. 19-2906 (D.D.C.).


« Senate Judiciary Committee Approves EARN IT Act | Main | Supreme Court Strikes Down Government Debt Exception, Preserves Rest of Anti-Robocall Law »

Share this page:

Defend Privacy. Support EPIC.
US Needs a Data Protection Agency