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November 25, 2019

This newsletter is a roundup of recent developments in artificial intelligence technology and policy including agency activities, legislation, hearings, international developments, other articles of interest, and a list of relevant events. This time we have included a few items related to privacy that may also be of interest

November 4, 2019

The overt smears of Lawrence VanDyke and the continued mistreatment of conservative-leaning judicial nominees by the ABA is reprehensible. The ABA should no longer have a privileged place at the table in assessing judicial nominations.

October 16, 2019

The Committee for Justice joined a group of 71 free-market organizations and activists, lead by Americans for Tax Reform, in opposing Speaker Pelosi's proposal to impose a 95 percent tax on pharmaceutical manufacturers.

October 10, 2019

The Committee for Justice joined a group of free-market organizations and activists, lead by the American Conservative Union, in supporting the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act, H.R. 2426.

September 30, 2019

NAACP v. Alabama ex rel. Patterson, 357 U.S. 449 (1958), and its progeny held that courts should apply narrow tailoring to violations of the freedom of association. Has that requirement been overruled such that the right to associate privately does not enjoy the strong protective standard that applies to other First Amendment rights, which this Court has held requires narrow tailoring regardless of the level of scrutiny?

September 20, 2019

The Court should also grant review to revisit the concept of deference and the scope of deference granted to an executive agency. The power to determine the meaning of a law is vested in the judiciary. Judicial deference raises questions of separation of powers – especially where it results in authorizing an agency to formulate law, interpret law, and enforce that law.

September 14, 2019

A roundup of recent developments in artificial intelligence technology and policy including agency activities, legislation, hearings, international developments, other articles of interest, and a list of relevant events.

July 25, 2019

President Trump and Director Droegemeier need to have Kratsios in place as the confirmed CTO and a vital part of their science and technology leadership team in order to accomplish the remainder of the OSTP's important agenda during the final two years of the President's first term. We ask that the Senate Commerce Committee work to swiftly approve Mr. Kratsios.

June 18, 2019

We argue that digital advertising is both a substitute for and a complement to television advertising. In other words, the rampant ascent of digital marketing was made possible by TV advertising and its ability to influence consumer behavior. In that way it is a useful complement. The convergence of the two forms of advertising allowed marketers to measure efficacy and observe trends, which diverted attention to digital ads. Television and online ads no longer exist in separate silos; the two are inexplicably intertwined and functional distinctions have collapsed.

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