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Attorneys urge preparation for AI and privacy laws despite enforcement delays

By ET Bureau - January 02, 2023 1 Mins Read


New laws in New York City and California regulating the use of AI and personal data are set to go into effect on January 1, 2023. Despite the delay in enforcement, experts predict that it will still have a significant impact outside of those jurisdictions.

By requiring a biased audit before any tool is used and notifying job applicants and employees prior to its use, Local Law 144 will regulate how businesses can use automated employment decision tools. The 2018 California Consumer Privacy Act, as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act, broadens the scope of the data privacy law to include operations between businesses as well as employees, job applicants, and independent contractors.

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Both laws’ implementation dates, April 15, 2023, for the CCPA in California and July 1, 2023, for New York City, have been postponed, and no regulations have yet been released.

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