Businesses are poring over the details of the Artificial Intelligence Act (“AIA” or “Regulation”), the legislative proposal for regulating applications of artificial intelligence (AI) that the European Commission proposed back in April. Comments on the proposed legal framework continue to pour in. Professional groups, trade unions, businesses and the business community in Europe and across [...]

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JURIST Deputy Features Editor Anne Bloomberg recently spoke with Elizabeth Goitein, director of the Brennan Center for Justice’s Liberty and National Security Program, about the case FBI v. Fazaga, for which the Supreme Court held oral arguments last week. The following has been edited and condensed for clarity.  Anne Bloomberg (JURIST): Could you briefly explain [...]

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Over the past few months, images of Haitians on the Southern border of the United States and Afghans scrambling to flee Taliban rule have proliferated across global news outlets. The desperation depicted in these images illustrates two sides of the same coin—the struggles on one hand of migrants seeking entry into what they hope will [...]

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In JURIST’s latest explainer, we explore Title 42 § 265, which allows the U.S. President to prohibit the entry of people or property into the United States whenever the Surgeon General determines that there is a serious danger of the introduction of communicable disease. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued an order on March 20, [...]

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As the US Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments next week in Sanchez v. Mayorkas, an immigration case involving the impact of temporary protected status (TPS) with respect to lawful-permanent residency, JURIST’s latest explainer takes a deep dive into TPS and its implications under the new presidential administration. What is TPS and how does a [...]

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