Rapidly-shifting regulatory requirements affecting data privacy often leave businesses struggling not only to keep up with immediate compliance needs, but also wondering how they can “future proof” their businesses to account for increasingly robust laws. And as the technology around artificial intelligence increases in sophistication and ubiquity, lawmakers and consumers are taking notice and action. How should businesses be thinking about these changes beyond mere compliance? What are the ethical implications around data use affecting how individuals and regulators are thinking about data use?
Foley Hoag’s Christopher Hart and Brittan Heller discuss the following topics.
- National and global regulatory trends around data use and artificial intelligence
- The differences between privacy compliance, data governance and data ethics
- How businesses can incorporate data ethics and human rights concepts into their practices
- Practical tips for risk management
- Christopher Hart, Partner, Co-Chair, Privacy and Data Security Practice, Foley Hoag LLP
- Brittan Heller, Counsel, Foley Hoag LLP