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New York City Revises Audit Rules for AI-Enabled Systems Used in Hiring and Employment

USA - January 4 2023 In late December, the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP or Department) issued revised rules to implement New York City…

Erik Mass, Matthew Jedresk, John D. Seiver

Publication of FCC's New Broadband Map Starts Challenge Process

USA - December 1 2022 The Federal Communications Commission's ("FCC") recent release of the national Broadband MAP, which purports to identify all locations in the U.S…

Paul B. Hudson, Cathleen A. Schultz

NYC Proposes Rules to Implement New AI Audit Law

USA - October 6 2022 New York City has proposed rules for implementing its new law requiring bias audits of automated employment decision-making tools (AEDTs) used within…

Erik Mass, Alicia Hines, Matthew Jedresk, Alexander Sisto

FTC Proposed "Commercial Surveillance and Data Security" Rulemaking Raises Significant Questions About Risks Arising From AI/Machine Learning

USA - August 18 2022 The Federal Trade Commission has formally launched a rulemaking proceeding that nominally is focused on consumer privacy issues, but actually raises…

John D. Seiver, Alexander Sisto

The NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection Issues Penalty Schedule For Violations of Automated Employment Decision Law

USA - July 20 2022 New York City has issued the first guidance related to its new "AI audit" law that will require employers and employment agencies to conduct bias…

Erik Mass, Ardie Ermac, Matthew Jedresk