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A.    Starting point in Germany

Why is the classification of employees relevant? In Germany, this has considerable consequences: These range from the applicability of employee protection standards (the classic: protection against dismissal) to potential criminal law consequences for the client who turns out to be the employer and has not paid social security contributions. Compliance

Tomorrow, the Federal Senate of the Brazilian National Congress may have its first vote on the country’s new artificial intelligence (AI) legal framework, which takes a human rights, risk management, and transparency approach.

The bill, to be marked-up by the Senate Temporary Committee on Artificial Intelligence (“CTIA”), creates a broad and detailed legal framework. It

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently adopted two Notices of Apparent Liability (NALs) in connection with its investigation into AI-based “deepfake” calls made to New Hampshire voters on January 21, 2024.  The NALs follow a cease-and-desist letter sent on February 6 to Lingo Telecom, LLC (Lingo), a voice service provider that originated the calls, demanding

In the absence of congressional action on comprehensive artificial intelligence (AI) legislation, state legislatures are forging ahead with groundbreaking bills to regulate the rapidly advancing technology.  On May 8, the Colorado House of Representatives passed SB 205, a far-reaching and comprehensive AI bill, on a 41-22-2 vote.  The final vote comes just days

With the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, the regulatory frameworks for AI in the Asia–Pacific (APAC) region continue to develop quickly. Policymakers and regulators have been prompted to consider either reviewing existing regulatory frameworks to ensure their effectiveness in addressing emerging risks brought by AI, or proposing new, AI-specific rules or regulations. Overall,

Senate Commerce Committee Chair Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Senators Todd Young (R-IN), John Hickenlooper (D-CO), and Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) recently introduced the Future of AI Innovation Act, a legislative package that addresses key bipartisan priorities to promote AI safety, standardization, and access.  The bill would also advance U.S. leadership in AI by facilitating R&D