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Tennessee recently amended its 1984 right of publicity statute with passage of the ELVIS Act. The existing law already protected individuals’ rights in their image and likeness. As amended, the statute will specifically call out voice as another protected element. It will become the first right of publicity statute to address copying someone’s likeness or

Earlier this month, accompanying an update to a rule prohibiting the impersonation of businesses and governments, the FTC sought comments on extending the rule to prohibit impersonation of individuals. The agency indicated that it is considering expanding the rule as the result of rising complaints around “impersonation fraud,” especially those generated by AI. Comments are

The FCC reminded companies this month that calls containing “artificial or prerecorded voices” are regulated by TCPA. And, that the FCC considers AI-generated voices to be just the kind of “artificial” that fall within the TCPA’s regulations. This announcement was made in a declaratory ruling issued by the FCC at the start of the month.