AI Policy

  • Senate AI Roadmap Fails to Recognize or Address AI Harms

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Big Data

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Data Protection

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Government AI Use

    • Social Media Privacy

    • Web Scraping

    • Updates

  • Generating Harms

    • Access to Information

    • AI in the Criminal Justice System

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Big Data

    • Children's Privacy

    • Commercial AI Use

    • Communications Privacy

    • Competition and Privacy

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Cybersecurity

    • Data Brokers

    • Data Protection

    • Data Security

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Election Security

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Government AI Use

    • Government Records & Privacy

    • Health Privacy

    • International Privacy

    • International Privacy Laws

    • Online Harassment

    • Privacy Laws

    • Proposed U.S. Legislation

    • Robocalls

    • Screening & Scoring

    • Social Media Privacy

    • Student Privacy

    • U.S. Privacy Laws

    • U.S. State Privacy Laws

    • Web Scraping

    • Workplace Privacy

  • Colorado is first state to pass broad AI legislation  

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Commercial AI Use

    • Government AI Use

    • Updates

  • Communications Daily: Telecom Groups: FTC Should Focus AI Rules on Scammers, Not Industry 

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Consumer Privacy

    • News

  • EPIC, Coalition Urge OMB to Adopt AI Procurement Guidelines with Civil Rights and Transparency in Mind

    Today, a cross-cutting coalition of civil society organizations led by EPIC and the Brennan Center for Justice filed joint comments to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) laying out the need for additional federal AI procurement guidance to adequately mitigate the risks of procured AI.

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Government AI Use

    • Screening & Scoring

    • Surveillance Oversight

    • Traveler Screening & Border Surveillance

    • Updates

  • Safeguarding Democratic Elections in the Age of AI

    As national elections approach in the United States, concerns about AI-generated robot calls and manipulated media have grown more urgent. The 2024 elections mark a pivotal moment in American history, as it stands as the first presidential election year poised at the intersection of the burgeoning advancements in AI-generated content. Both legal and technological interventions will be necessary to mitigate these threats in advance of November.

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Analysis

  • EPIC Urges the NTIA to Tackle Privacy Harms, Bias, and Regulatory Hurdles in New Comment on AI Model Openness

    Yesterday, EPIC submitted comments to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) in response to its request for comments on the risks and benefits of dual-use foundation models with widely available model weights, highlighting key privacy, bias, and regulatory hurdles that both closed and open AI models must overcome.

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Commercial AI Use

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Data Brokers

    • Government AI Use

    • Web Scraping

    • Updates

  • Fortune: Good luck keeping up with the whirlwind of new AI regulation 

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • News

  • OMB Finalizes Long-Awaited Guidance on Federal AI Use

    Today, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released its final guidance on AI governance, innovation, and risk management within federal agencies.

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Data Protection

    • Government AI Use

    • Government Records & Privacy

    • Screening & Scoring

    • Updates

  • What U.S. Regulators can Learn from the EU AI Act

    On March 13, the European Union Parliament passed the Artificial Intelligence Act (“AI Act” or “the Act”), taking the penultimate step in a years-long legislative process. Originally proposed in early 2021, the sweeping, harms-based Act categorizes artificial intelligence systems by preconceived risks to fundamental rights, public safety, and public health into prohibited, high-risk, or low or no-risk systems.

    • AI Policy

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Data Protection

    • Face Surveillance & Biometrics

    • International Privacy

    • Surveillance Oversight

    • Analysis