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Digital Transformation Notes | February 2023

Just over a month into the new year, 2024 has already been packed with legislative activities in the field of digital transformation and, in particular, on AI.


Digital Transformation Notes | December 2023

November has been another intense month in terms of digital technology regulation - with the Bletchley Declaration concluding the UK-hosted AI Safety Summit; the OECD's proposal for a...


GRPA Hot Topic One-Pager: Staring at a U.S. shutdown

With a government shutdown looming overhead, companies need to be aware of how their industries may be affected. Government employees may only provide minimal service, government contracts...


Digital Transformation Newsletter | November 2023: Monthly notes on digital technology and law

Just as society as a whole, businesses of all kinds are steeped in a process of deep digital transformation. The law is particularly important in this context, giving answers to questions...


Recap: Consumer Horizons webinar on Artificial Intelligence – Transforming consumer business and reshaping the law

As part of our Consumer Horizons series, we conducted a webinar on the legal implications of artificial intelligence in the consumer business. Our speakers James Denvil, PJ Kaur, Florian...

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EU Lawmaker proposes to regulate generative AI – among other significant changes to the forthcoming AI Act
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On Thursday, 11 May, the Committees of the European Parliament for the Internal Market and Civil Liberties voted for far-reaching amendments to the EU’s proposed artificial...


Recent Supreme Court ruling shakes up campaign finance law and leaves future restrictions in doubt

Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court held that Section 304 of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 (BCRA) was unconstitutional. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) challenged the law as...


Greater Federal coordination may not hasten 5G rollout

Years of ugly disagreement among the Federal Communications Commission and other federal agencies have stymied efforts to find new sources of 5G-suitable spectrum. In what's been billed ...


U.S. Justice Department seeks input on modernization of the FARA for the first time in 15 years

Following its efforts in recent years to enforce the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938 (22 U.S.C. 611 et seq. (FARA)) more rigorously and transparently, for the first time in nearly...

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