Legislation & Regulation

Controversial EU digital identity laws spark privacy concerns

EU lawmakers are expected to approve digital identity rules that could weaken internet security and enable surveillance, according to civil society groups and tech...

New regulations to govern big tech in Britain

Britain's antitrust regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), is set to gain new legal powers to regulate big tech companies such as Meta, Alphabet, and Amazon.

President Biden takes action on AI regulation

President Biden has signed an executive order to regulate artificial intelligence, circumventing the need for congressional approval. This action has sparked both support and...

Biden signs executive order to reduce risks of artificial intelligence

U.S. President Joe Biden has signed an executive order aimed at reducing the risks that artificial intelligence (AI) poses to consumers, workers, minority groups,...

U.K.’s Online Safety Bill becomes law

The United Kingdom's Online Safety Bill has officially received royal assent, becoming law. The act's primary mission is to combat several specific online harms, including...

Apple’s carbon neutral claims scrutinized by EU consumer groups

Apple is facing scrutiny from European environmental and consumer groups over its claims that its latest devices are "carbon neutral." The term "carbon neutral"...

EU chat control regulation postponed for second time

The European Union (EU) Child Sexual Abuse Regulation (CSAR), also known as "chat control," has been postponed for the second time. The vote, originally...

New York legislature to introduce background checks for 3D printers

A new bill introduced in the New York State Assembly would require background checks for the purchase of 3D printers capable of creating firearms....

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