Feb 20, 2018
In this Events @ RAND podcast, RAND experts discuss risks to privacy in the age of artificial intelligence.
Recent Congressional hearings and testimony have focused on the scope of data shared and harvested by technology companies. But many of the laws that govern data privacy were developed before the widespread adoption of online communications and social media accounts. Should consumers be in charge of self-regulating what they share and how companies use it? What policy opportunities could Congress consider to better protect consumer data?
In this RAND Congressional briefing, Rebecca Balebako and John S. Davis discuss:
Jun 8, 2018