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New AI Lawsuits Relating to the Use of Allegedly Stolen Data

What new AI cases are testing the rights and limits of consumer privacy?



Litigation risks associated with consumer privacy are well-known. Until this year, almost all of the consumer privacy litigation was aimed at companies releasing individuals’ personal information to others. But with the advent of AI, we are seeing new permutation of privacy claims — liability for companies that receive data scraped from the internet including de-anonymizing data of website visitors.  In this episode, I interview my colleague, Melonie Jordan about some recent court filings, providing a preview of the road ahead for AI-related litigation relating to consumer privacy including two new California lawsuits.


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