Here are the editions from the past week you may have missed:
““How Dare They Peep into My Private Life?”” — Human Rights Watch
“Report of the European Digital Media Observatory’s Working Group on Platform-to-Researcher Data Access” — European Digital Media Observatory
“Instruments and objectives: Explaining the News Media Bargaining Code” — Judith Nelson Institute
“The Risks of Managing a Purchased Cyber Arsenal” — Council on Foreign Relations
“Deep Fakes and National Security” — Congressional Research Service
“Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill: HL Bill 16 of 2022-23” — House of Lords’ Library
“Artificial intelligence in healthcare: Applications, risks, and ethical and societal impacts” “Regulatory divergences in the draft AI act: Differences in public and private sector obligations” and “AI and digital tools in workplace management and evaluation: An assessment of the EU’s legal framework” — European Parliament Think Tank
“Strengthening a Transnational Semiconductor Industry” and “Reshoring Semiconductors with the Chips Act: Key Lessons from Albany, New York” — Center for International and Strategic Studies
“An inclusive future? Technology, new dynamics, and policy challenges” — Brookings Institution
§ 7 June
o The United States (U.S.) Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs Committee will hold a hearing titled “Rising Threats: Ransomware Attacks and Ransom Payments Enabled by Cryptocurrency.”
o The United Kingdom’s House of Commons’ Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Sub-committee on Online Harms and Disinformation will hold a formal meeting (oral evidence session): Online Safety Bill.
o The United States (U.S.) House Veterans' Affairs Committee’s Technology Modernization Subcommittee will hold a hearing titled “Cybersecurity and Risk Management at VA: Addressing Ongoing Challenges and Moving Forward.”
o The United Kingdom’s House of Commons’ Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee will a formal meeting (oral evidence session) on its inquiry titled “The Semiconductor Industry in the UK.””
§ 8 June
o The United States (U.S.) House of Representatives Armed Services Committee’s Cyber, Innovative Technologies, and Information Systems Subcommittee will mark up its portion of the FY 2023 National Defense Authorization Act.
o The California Privacy Protection Agency will hold a board meeting with this agenda “Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Proposed Regulations, Sections 7000- 7304, to Implement, Interpret, and Make Specific the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, as Amended by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020, Including Possible Notice of Proposed Action.”
o The United Kingdom’s House of Commons’ Science and Technology Committee will hold a formal meeting (oral evidence session) on “The right to privacy: digital data.”
§ 9 June
o The United States (U.S.) Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee’s Communications, Media, and Broadband Subcommittee will hold a hearing titled “Oversight of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.”
o The United States (U.S.) House Homeland Security Committee’s Intelligence and Counterterrorism Subcommittee will hold a hearing titled “Terrorism and Cryptocurrency: Industry Perspectives.”
§ 14-15 June
o The European Data Protection Board will hold a plenary meeting.
§ 16-17 June
o The European Data Protection Supervisor will hold a conference titled “The future of data protection: effective enforcement in the digital world.”
§ 23 June
o The United States (U.S.) House of Representatives Armed Services Committee will mark up the FY 2023 National Defense Authorization Act.
§ 19 October
o The United States (U.S.) Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will hold a virtual event “to examine how best to protect children from a growing array of manipulative marketing practices that make it difficult or impossible for children to distinguish ads from entertainment in digital media.”
§ 1 November
o The United States (U.S.) Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will hold PrivacyCon.