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“Who Am I Talking To?” – The Regulation of Voice Data Collected by Connected Consumer Products
Michael Silvestro and John Black co-authored an article published in the American Bar Association’s Business Law Today that examines the first state statute adopted to regulate the collection and use of voice data through televisions, California Assembly Bill 1116. Their article explores the privacy and liability concerns arising from the collection and dissemination of voice data, and surveys the current and potential regulatory response to the Internet of Things (IoT), especially the use of voice-recognition technology in consumer goods. Click here to read the article.
May 19, 2016