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With three months left until the end of this year’s legislative session, the California Legislature has been considering a flurry of bills regarding artificial intelligence (AI). Notable bills, described further below, impose requirements on developers and deployers of generative AI systems. The bills contain varying definitions of AI and generative AI systems. Each of these

On May 16, 2024, the CNIL launched a public consultation on all of its health data standards.  Interested stakeholders are encouraged to participate by completing a questionnaire (available in French here) by July 12, 2024.

French law has specific requirements for the processing of health data.  In particular, it generally requires that the processing

On May 9, 2024, the Italian data protection authority (“Garante”) published a decision identifying the safeguards that controllers must put in place when processing health data for medical research purposes, in cases where data subjects’ consent cannot be obtained for ethical or organizational reasons.

The Garante’s decision follows a recent legislative development, enacted by Law

The French Public Health Code requires that certain service providers hosting health data hold a specific “HDS” certification.  In order to obtain this certification, providers must comply with the requirements set out in the “HDS” certification standard.  On May 16, 2024, France officially published an updated version of this “HDS” certification standard.

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    Last month, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced its enforcement action against telehealth firm, Cerebral, Inc. (“Cerebral”), for its alleged unauthorized disclosures of consumers’ sensitive personal health information and other sensitive data to third parties for advertising purposes in violation of the FTC Act.  The complaint also alleges that Cerebral violated the Opioid Addiction Recovery