As the authors write, the advancement conjures a "complex ethical conundrum" because the genomic information captured "comes from individuals mostly unaware of the technology use and oblivious to the fact that their genetic information has been inadvertently obtained."
A Consumer Protection Report "exposes how these trial lawyers rely on public contracts with states and local governments that often lack basic protections (including basic ethics protections) to tighten their hold, all while diverting money away from everyday consumers and sending 99% of their federal donations to liberal candidates and committees.”
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas defended luxury trips funded by a Republican donor, stating he sought guidance and was advised that such "personal hospitality" was not reportable under federal rules.
Italy has banned OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot due to privacy concerns and lack of age verification, marking the first instance of a Western country blocking the chatbot, while experts call for a moratorium on advanced AI systems development.
Pharmaceutical companies are paying TikTok influencers to market prescription drugs to young people, according to a recent study by researchers from the University of Colorado and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, which calls for increased transparency and regulation in the use of patient influencers for pharmaceutical marketing, particularly when it comes to targeting young people.