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Friday Links: 50 Ways to Draft a Privacy Law

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States are tripping over themselves to pass ever-stricter privacy laws. Texas just signed a new data breach notification law. Nevada and Oregon also have expanded their privacy laws. Nevada’s law includes a right to opt out of the sale of personal data, which is the first such law in the United States. Maine passed a new law that may be stricter still, one that requires ISPs to receive...

Friday Links 2/22/19

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Orin Kerr on whether we should pass a “deep fakes” law.  Or, to be more precise, whether the current language of Ben Sasse’s federal “deep fakes” proposal is a good idea. New Larry Solum article on artificially intelligent systems. Excellent. New study on AI, algorithmic pricing, and collusion. The collusion that we find is typically partial – the algorithms do not converge to the monopoly...

Friday Links 2/15/19

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One of the many reasons I’m skeptical that self-driving cars will take over the road any time soon: Many people really don’t seem to like the idea. Smart contracts: Neither smart nor contracts, from Freedom to Tinker. Related, a new James Grimmelmann paper on the ambiguity inherent in smart contracts. This is an excellent paper, and I had a brief back-and-forth with the author on beefing up the...

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