This week, we re-visit and repeat our May 25th call to freeze face-recognition (and other advanced biometric) technologies as we highlight recent news reflecting how the chorus is growing louder in demanding a moratorium on such technologies.
This week, we’re proposing legislation to help the U.S. win medical AI race while providing financial rewards for every American.
This week, we consider the concepts of data dignity and inverse privacy as alternatives to a national privacy law.
This week, we offer perspective on the CJEU’s recently ruling that the EU’s “right to be forgotten” cannot be enforced against a search engine operator outside the EU’s borders.
This week, we cover the basics of a landmark privacy law, set to take effect on January 1, 2020—the California Consumer Privacy Act.
This week, we ask the Texas legislature, “do you really want Putin to vote in Texas elections?” It’s time for a special session.
Hosch & Morris, PLLC is proud to co-sponsor and participate in the Dallas Bar Association’s Technology Summit, which is to be held in Dallas at the Belo Mansion on Friday, September 13, 2019 from 9 AM to 3:45 PM. You can register to attend here: www.tinyurl.com/dbatech2019
This week, we are back with technology tips to up-secure your internet browsing. Our post is inspired by this week’s announcement that Google and YouTube agreed to $170 million settlement to resolve allegations by the FTC and the New York Attorney General that YouTube illegally collected personal information from children.
This week, we are offering some practical advice about protecting your personal data, advocating for privacy by design and highlighting an announcement by Google’s Project Zero that illustrates the difference security and privacy, and why it is so important that we take steps to protect our personal data.
This week, we imagine the creation of a national coordinator for cyber-security readiness and response in the wake of a coordinated ransomware attack on 20 local cities and agencies in Texas.