Tag Archives: Technology

Should Private Entities Join the Fight Against Child Exploitation and Trafficking?

LAUREN O’NEIL—After announcing the use of new child safety features that would detect Child Sexual Abuse Material (“CSAM”) on Apple devices, the world’s largest technology company by revenue faced significant backlash over user privacy. Apple planned to use the new technology to aid the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (“NCMEC”) and law enforcement […]

Facebook, Inc. v. Duguid: The Fight Against Unsolicited Robotexts

ALEX ENGLANDER—A multimillion-dollar class action lawsuit and its potential industry-altering effects now depend upon the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the placement of a single comma. The Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in Facebook, Inc. v. Duguid on December 8, 2020. The case concerns arguably one of the most annoying modern-day nuisances: robocalling and […]

Regulating Artificial Intelligence: Self-Regulation, State-Regulation, and Everything In-Between

DYLAN JOHN MENCIA­­­—Most people have heard the term “artificial intelligence” (often referred to in its abbreviated form, “AI”) and have likely heard of the benefits that this burgeoning field of technology promises to bring. What has not been talked about as much, however, is how we as a society plan to regulate these new technologies […]