As more states pass not just comprehensive privacy laws, but narrow legislation that focuses on children’s privacy, data brokers, and hopefully, the emerging trend of privacy-for-profit, the pressure to find solutions that support compliance, while saving resources in an unsettled market, is only going to grow.
Setting up the right AI governance is a crucial foundation in these early days of AI. Companies that get governance right will be able to move faster, more confidently in the space – likely outperforming companies that lack the right safeguards to mobilize AI effectively.
How can well-intentioned companies avoid employing dark patterns by mistake? And how can privacy professionals, particularly attorneys, effectively counsel their clients away from this common, yet all too prevalent, practice?