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Privacy News Roundup | December 21, 2022
Indiana sues TikTok, claiming issues of inappropriate content for minors
New York City’s Automated Employment Decision Tool (AEDT) law is postponed
Under the AEDT law, NYC employers will not be allowed to use artificial intelligence or algorithm-based technologies to evaluate candidates. This will give employers, not the software vendors, the responsibility of complying with obligations around AI tools.
However, companies are unsure how to comply with the law as a final set of rules about audits have yet to be released. Originally set to go into effect on January 1, 2023, the new law is being postponed until April 15, 2023.
Ransomware attack hits CommonSpirit Health and exposes patient data
New Jersey introduces a bill to tackle children’s digital privacy
New Jersey introduced a bill that will create a Children’s Data Protection Commission which targets social media privacy and data management for minors. The commission will make recommendations regarding the best practices to protect children’s privacy online.
New online services in the state that could be accessed by children must also complete a data protection impact assessment. Violations of the bill could result in a fine of $2,500-$7,500 per affected child for the online service.
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