California Delete Act – SB362
Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), you have a right to require a data broker to delete information they collected directly from you, but you can’t require a broker to delete information they may have acquired about you from other sources.
Under SB 362:
- Data brokers would have to register with the California Privacy Protec…
How Shady Companies Guess Your Religion, Sexual Orientation, and Mental Health
Last week, I testified in a congressional hearing on the subject, which ended up being a strongly bipartisan discussion of an underexplored privacy problem that affects hundreds of millions of Americans. U.S. data brokers surreptitiously gather and sell personal information ranging from people’s health and mental health conditions to their income and credit score, political affiliation…
The Artificial Intelligence and Data Act (AIDA) – Companion document – Canada
What follows is a roadmap for the AIDA, explaining its intent and the Government's key considerations for operationalizing it through future regulations. It is intended to build understanding among stakeholders and Canadians on the proposed legislation, as well to support Parliamentary consideration of the Bill.
Artificial Intelligence and Data Act – Canada
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming our economy and being used to tackle some of our toughest challenges, like fighting cancer, improving food production and reducing energy consumption. What's more, Canadian researchers and businesses are at the forefront of this transformation.AI systems use data to automate complex tasks and sometimes to make decisions or predic…
UN Agenda 2030
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How the US Can Stop Data Brokers’ Worst Practices Right Now
legal experts say a key law should already prevent brokers from collecting and selling data that’s weaponized against vulnerable people.
The professor trying to protect our private thoughts from technology
Prof Nita Farahany argues in her new book, The Battle for Your Brain, that intrusions into the mind are so close that lawmakers should enact protections now.
The Battle for Your Brain: Defending the Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology
This book is an early warning and a call for immediate attention to put human rights legislation in place regarding neurotechnology and neural data collecting devices to protect everyone from both privacy invasion and its manipulative capabilities when coupled with AI. Professor Nita Farahany argues that intrusions into the mind are so close that lawmakers should enact protections now.
Americans Need a Bill of Rights for an AI-Powered World
"...your right to know when and how AI is influencing a decision that affects your civil rights and civil liberties; your freedom from being subjected to AI that hasn’t been carefully audited to ensure that it’s accurate, unbiased, and has been trained on sufficiently representative data sets; your freedom from pervasive or discriminatory surveillance and monitoring in your home, com…