Articles by tag: regulation

It’s Impossible to Regulate AI in a Vacuum. It’s Inextricably Linked to People and Their Existing Laws.

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   Is it possible to regulate AI and put limits on this seemingly boundless technology? Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has announced nine "AI Insight Forums" this fall Read more


IoT adoption
As Congress Seeks Feedback on IoT Adoption, IoT Experts Should Seek Opportunities for Cross-Discipline Collaboration
October 3, 2023

In August 2023, the National Institute of Standards of Technology (NIST) put out a request for comments on the Preliminary Update from the Internet of Things Federal Working Group (IoTFWG), which aims to provide the nation direction on how to improve IoT adoption and expand its use cases for the future of industrial, corporate, […]

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Returns Cost Retailers Billions. Making Them Even Easier for Customers Will Turn Returns into Revenue.
October 3, 2023

Recently, fashion retailer H&M began charging its UK customers a small fee for returning online purchases in-store — and then hurriedly backtracked on this strategy. Meanwhile, the National Retail Federation found that returns resulted in $816 billion in lost sales for retailers in the United States last year. It should be no surprise, then, […]

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Breaking Conventional Boundaries: A Dive into Modern Workspace Innovation with Workspace48’s Craig McPhail
October 3, 2023

The conversation around modern workspace innovation has recently become more pertinent as organizations seek to adapt to new-age working conditions, accelerated by the global pandemic. Challenging the conventional workspace models pave the way for more flexible, efficient, and technologically driven solutions. According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, about 54% of adults […]

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It’s Impossible to Regulate AI in a Vacuum. It’s Inextricably Linked to People and Their Existing Laws.
August 2, 2023

Is it possible to regulate AI and put limits on this seemingly boundless technology? Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has announced nine “AI Insight Forums” this fall as a first step towards understanding such an overwhelming and revolutionary technology. The initiative aims to educate Congress members on topics ranging from copyright to national security […]

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Why Cryptocurrency’s Security Concerns are Increasing Calls for Self-Regulation?
April 25, 2023

With the collapse of the FTX exchange and one of its founders, the concerns surrounding the regulation of cryptocurrency have overtaken talks about its security. Currently, cryptocurrency is “regulated,” but the lack of uniformity in its regulation has left much to be desired about its safety, particularly for consumers. But self-regulation may be a solution […]

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Identity and Biometrics: What’s Going on with Age Verification?
January 19, 2023

The year 2017 marked the first time ever that half of the world’s population got online. Today, internet connection and social media use clocks in at 5 billion and 4.7 billion users respectively – over half of the world’s population and growing. For many nations around the world, internet traffic for age-appropriate content is […]

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Non-Bank Financial Assets are Increasing. What is the Financial Industry Doing to Improve Consumer Safety and Regulation?
December 30, 2022

Non-bank financial assets are growing, and are a popular mortgage and lending option for many individuals, only becoming more popular, with a rise in total global financial assets of 7.7 percent, according to Central Banking Newsdesk. Why is this such a growing concern? Non-banks, or “shadow banks,” as some call them, are unregulated and […]

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USDOT Forces Airlines to Fix Flight Cancellation Policies. Will Changes Improve Customer Service?
September 16, 2022

After a summer of flight cancellations, flight delays and post-pandemic disruptions, the U.S Department of Transportation (USDOT) finally issued an ultimatum to airlines in light of its recent Air Travel Consumer Report (ATCR).  The report put into perspective an alarming trend that travelers, flight staff and industry analysts have been aware of for months if […]

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Hedera: Gossip About Gossip: Meet New Hedera Governing Council Board Member, Monique Morrow of Syniverse
August 24, 2022

Let us introduce you to Monique Morrow, one of the independent board members for Hedera. Morrow works for Syniverse as a Senior Distinguished Architect for Emerging Technologies. Syniverse works in mobile communications with its headquarters in Tampa, Florida. “Our customers vary. Our customers are either mobile or large enterprise customers. We have a carrier business […]

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Weaver On-Chain: The Blockchain World
March 18, 2022

In this exciting debut episode of Weaver On-Chain, host Tim Savage, CPA, Blockchain & Digital Assets, Tax Services welcomes world-renowned expert Dr. Sean Stein SmithDBA, CPA as his inaugural guest on a podcast dedicated to the exciting world of cryptocurrency and the blockchain industry. Sean holds many titles including Assistant Professor at City University of […]

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Biden Admin Cracks Down on Anti-Competitive Practices in Healthcare
July 29, 2021

The legal landscape surrounding anti-competitive practices is a complex one – and it’s getting more unwieldy all the time. The Biden administration is bringing down the regulatory hammer with more than 70 federal directives aimed at tackling these anti-competitive practices. To make sense of it all, particularly in terms of how these regulations impact the […]

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Google Agrees to Change Online Ad Model After French Fines
June 18, 2021

Google agreed to change its online advertising model after France’s Competition Authority recently fined Google €220 million for overstepping its dominant position in the market and leveraging its vertical integration in online advertising. This is the first time Google has been challenged in this regard. On this episode of MarketScale TV, host Courtney Echerd talked […]

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