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Hannah Lepow advises clients in the media, technology, and telecommunications industries on a wide range of regulatory and privacy issues.
December 22, 2016, Inside Privacy
On December 20, 2016, the White House released a report examining the potential economic effects of artificial intelligence (“AI”). This report follows closely on the heels of another released by the White House only two months ago that explored more broadly the questions raised for society and public policy by progress in AI. The December … Continue Reading
November 30, 2016, Inside Privacy
On November 30, the FTC released a staff summary of its September 15, 2016 public workshop, Putting Disclosures to the Test. Numerous goods and services, from home appliances to financial services, make use of disclosures to inform users of their privacy practices. These disclosures—whether delivered offline or online, via text, video, or audio—are a key … ...
July 14, 2016, Inside Privacy
Today, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) introduced legislation that would criminalize the non-consensual distribution of sexually explicit images, commonly referred to as “revenge porn.” The Internet Privacy Protection Act would make it a federal crime for individuals to knowingly distribute sexually explicit images or video of a person without or with a “reckless ...
June 23, 2016, Inside Privacy
By Jack Schenendorf, Brian Smith, and Hannah Lepow Tuesday, the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) finalized its long-awaited rule on the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS” or “drones”). The rule comes a month after the National Telecommunications and Information Administration multistakeholder group reached consensus on best ...
June 20, 2016, Inside Privacy
Last week, the multistakeholder group convened by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (“NTIA”) to create set of voluntary best practices for the commercial use of facial recognition technology finalized its guidelines. While the three-page code of conduct was praised by industry groups, including the Software & Information Industry ...
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