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AI Notetaking Tools Are All the Rage – But Should You Use Them? Employers Should Weigh These Risks First

Perhaps you’ve asked an employee to take notes during a Zoom meeting, but they complained the task is difficult to manage while collaborating with teammates. Maybe you intended to document everything that transpired during an important call about a new strategic plan, but conversations moved too fast to track. Artificial intelligence can be a valuable ...
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7 Steps to Upskill Your Workforce for the AI Era

How prepared is your workforce for the ongoing AI revolution? It’s not about replacing humans with robots – it’s about reshaping the roles of your employees. As Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab recently said, “In the new world, it’s not the big fish which eats the small fish, it’s the fast ...
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EEOC Breaks New Ground by Settling First-Ever AI Discrimination Lawsuit: 10 Pointers to Avoid Robot Bias

We’ve reached another milestone in the AI revolution: the federal agency charged with enforcing anti-bias laws just recorded its first-ever settlement in a case involving AI discrimination in the workplace. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) August 9 legal filing in a New York federal court revealed that a tutoring company agreed to pay $365,000 ...
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Grabbing a Slice of the Pie: NFTs in the Food and Beverage Industry

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have grown in popularity across several areas, and it seems that the food and beverage industry might be jumping on the trend. Specifically, fast food giants like Pizza Hut and Papa Johns have launched NFTs to promote products, according to a recent report by Research and Markets (https://bit.ly/47lifH4) looking at NFT usage ...
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Protecting Your Digital Privacy: Practices, Tools, and Using Professional Security

Protecting Your Digital Privacy: Practices, Tools, and Using Professional Security

How exposed is your personal information online? Learn what PII might be found on the open and dark web, what it means for your security, and digital privacy best practices to protect your online footprint. In an era where our lives are increasingly intertwined with digital technologies, safeguarding our digital privacy and data security has ...
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Cyber Security Tips For Traveling

Cyber security is one often overlooked—yet critical—element of travel preparedness. Here are some practical tips to prevent cybercrime when traveling domestically and internationally. With the summer season upon us and travel returning to pre-pandemic levels, smart travelers will be making all the necessary preparations for their time on the road, from making reservations to updating ...
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Weighing the Pros and Cons of Monitoring Remote Workers: 5 Tips for Employers

Remote and hybrid work arrangements continue to reshape the way employers approach performance management, and many organizations are turning to technology to help supervise offsite workers. Whether an employer simply notes when remote workers are available online through a platform such as Teams or Slack or uses more sophisticated software to track keystrokes and other ...
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Legal Developments in the U.S. and EU, Growing Concerns with Generative AI, Chargeback Challenges, and EU Commission’s Designation of Booking.com Under DSA

This week’s Update features a number of important legal updates – both in the U.S. and in the EU.  The next 6-9 months should prove to be interesting as the EU moves forward with the implementation of its new digital legal framework – the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA).  I hope ...
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Website Litigation Under the ADA:
Protect Your Property from Lawsuits

Despite the pandemic, lawsuits filed across the country against hotels and resorts alleging their websites violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) have not slowed down. These lawsuits continue to allege two different types of ADA violations, each of which are addressed below: The first type of website accessibility case deals with whether a hotel ...
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Tools to Track Travel

With the well-ordered world of travel totally disrupted by COVID-19 travel restrictions, new solutions have quickly developed to track what’s open, what’s not, and what travelers must do to thread the needle from Point A to Point B.  The need to keep up with all the well-intentioned but constantly changing – and frequently confusing – restrictions, ...
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