Technology ( Page 3 )

  • Home
  • Posts Tagged "Technology"
  •  ( Page 3 )
Giant robot throwing man in a trash can. Artifical intelligence replacing jobs concept. Vector illustration.

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 ...
Read more

NFT non fungible token golden coins falling. Trendy cryptocurrencies and coins on the blockchain technology. Close up view of crypto money in 3D rendering

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 ...
Read more

Businessman, digital tablet or strategy planning in hotel conference lobby or airport travel lounge. Happy smile, corporate worker or technology app to budget company finance or schedule target goals

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 ...
Read more

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 ...
Read more

Hotel and Large Venue Security: An Evolving Threat Environment Requires Innovative Practices

Much has been said and written of late with regard to the need to address hotel and large venue security, like sports stadiums, in the aftermath of the October 1, 2017 mass shooting in the vicinity of the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas.  But six months after the attack, in which 58 people were ...
Read more

Virtual Kidnapping in the US and Mexico

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other law enforcement agencies in the United States have issued several warnings related to virtual kidnapping in recent months. This extortion technique has become more prevalent in the US and Mexico since 2013, where the number of reported cases has increased substantially. What Is Virtual Kidnapping? In a virtual kidnapping, ...
Read more

Employee Training is Key to GDPR Compliance

The EU’s General Data Protective Regulation (“GDPR”) goes into effect on May 25, 2018. It is a mammoth regulation and perhaps the most significant European data protection legislation in more than 20 years. In fact, the European Commission just released a new website to help stakeholders, including businesses, with implementation. With its global reach, applying to any ...
Read more

No one likes a copycat: How to avoid and protect yourself from a spoofed travel website

Many people are aware of email phishing schemes fraudsters use to collect personal information from unsuspecting victims. But many haven’t heard of another phishing method used by scammers, often unnoticeable to the naked eye—spoofed websites. This growing problem isn’t reserved for only banking or e-commerce sites. ARC recently reported two business travel agencies have fallen victim to ...
Read more

Cybersecurity Best Practices — How General Counsel Can Prepare For The Worst

Take note GCs: The question is not if you will have to respond to a cybersecurity incident—the question is when. That was the message from speakers and panelists at the Association of Corporate Counsel’s annual meeting this year. Indeed, the majority of all U.S. businesses have experienced at least one cybersecurity incident in the last year, with some ...
Read more

What American Companies Need to Know about the EU’s New General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new data privacy and security law in Europe that will go into force on May 25, 2018. Every organization that does business with EU customers, regardless of the home base of the organization, and regardless of the size of the organization, must come into compliance or risks ...
Read more