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House Subcommittee Explores A.I. and Data Rights

House Subcommittee Explores A.I. and Data Rights

The House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Innovation, Data, and Commerce recently held a hearing titled “Safeguarding Data and Innovation: Building the Foundation for the Use of Artificial Intelligence.” The hearing explored AI regulatory questions, including arguments for a comprehensive federal data privacy and security law that sets protections for American’s sensitive information.

Currently, there is no comprehensive U.S. federal data privacy and security law. In lieu of federal action, twelve U.S. states have enacted their own state privacy laws, which has created a patchwork of regulations that can cause confusion for consumers, gaps in privacy protections, compliance burdens, and uncertainty for businesses and innovators. In recent years, U.S. practices have adapted to E.U. implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the EU has proposed an AI Act which will regulate artificial intelligence.

To view an archived webcast of the hearing and witness testimony, visit:

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