The Impact of Recent Legislative and Litigation Trends on Commercial Use of De-Identified Data
Blank Rome’s Privacy, Security & Data Protection attorneys Sharon R. Klein, Alex C. Nisenbaum, and Karen H. Shin authored an article on “The Impact of Recent Legislative and Litigation Trends on Commercial Use of De-Identified Data,” which was published on June 16, 2021, in Cybersecurity Law Report.
In their article, the attorneys discuss the limitless value of data in the artificial intelligence industry as well as the significant challenges inherent in properly creating and compiling de-identified data from the individual data subject. They explore the regulatory, commercial, and best practice elements necessary to balance the benefits of commercializing such data against the risk of harm to the individual supplying that data.
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