Deepfakes in Litigation

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Sara Etemad-Moghadam

Deepfake technology uses artificial intelligence (“AI”), specifically “deep” learning, to create realistic videos, images and audio of fabricated events. Deepfakes have already found their way into social media, the entertainment industry, the political landscape and are now beginning to impact legal disputes. AI poses the risks that parties could intentionally fabricate evidence or unknowingly believe […]

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EU Court Decision Invalidating Privacy Shield Results in Massive Confusion for U.S. Businesses: Third Addendum

This post is an update. Read the original post here, the first addendum here and the second addendum here. To the relief of tech giants, on July 10, 2023, the U.S. and European Union (EU) finally agreed on a mechanism for international data transfer to replace the Privacy Shield, which had been invalidated in 2020 […]

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