An omnibus federal privacy bill with significant bipartisan support is currently under congressional review and, if enacted, could dramatically increase oversight of how companies use artificial intelligence (“AI”) in their businesses.

This article discusses the bill, which, even if not enacted, provides valuable insights as to potential future regulation of AI.

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The US Cyberspace Solarium Commission, created by Congress to develop recommendations for defending the United States against cyber-attacks, is actively engaging with Congress and the Biden administration to implement the commission’s 80+ recommendations through legislation and policy. Many of these recommendations have already become law, and some, such as a recommendation to create a national

The recent enactment of the “Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020” (the “Act”) promises new scrutiny of security in the Internet of Things (“IoT”)—the broad array of connected devices that are increasingly integrated into every aspect of modern life. This important legislation provides for the creation of IoT security guidelines for devices sold

Cybersecurity and data privacy have been the subject of significant policy debates in the past year, with major developments on a broad range of fronts, including with respect to the Internet of Things, critical infrastructure cybersecurity, federal privacy legislation and government contracting. Join Stephen Lilley and a panel of leading cybersecurity and data privacy policy