Framing Privacy Policies: A Competition Law Perspective

Framing Privacy Policies: A Competition Law Perspective

By Shravya Devaraj and Rohit Gupta*   I. INTRODUCTION In 2019, the German Bundeskartellamt (Federal Cartel Office, hereinafter “German FCO”)[1] rendered the first decision[2] linking data protection with competition law. The German FCO made two main observations...
Protecting Data Privacy in the Post-Dobbs Era

Protecting Data Privacy in the Post-Dobbs Era

By Taylor M. Sorrells Since the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, ending the federal constitutional protection of abortion rights,[1] there has been legal uncertainty surrounding how to protect personal data held...
AI: Artificial or Artistic Intelligence?

AI: Artificial or Artistic Intelligence?

By Austin Wade-Vicente   “We see this technology as an engine for the imagination,” emphatically stated David Holz, creator of the popular online AI art generation program Midjourney.[1] The same program table-top games creator James Allen used this past month to...
AI Cannot Get Patents…Yet

AI Cannot Get Patents…Yet

By Grayson Walloga   The recent decision in Thaler v. Vidal held that an artificial intelligence (“AI”) could not obtain a patent for its creations.[1] Thaler’s AI, DABUS, generated patentable inventions without any direct contribution from Thaler himself. He...
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