Tag results for 'privacy'
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has rapidly emerged as a pivotal force in the contemporary workplace, redefining the facets of business operations, workforce management and employees’ interaction with technology. The profound impact of AI on the Indian workplace has emphatically transgressed its ethical and legal concerns, underscoring the need for comprehensive legislation or well-defined directives to regulate the use of AI effectively. In this article, we aim to highlight the legal and ethical complexities related to the use of AI at the Indian workplace and the requirement to have robust legislation/directives in place to regulate the use of AI.
Released on Oct 22, 2023
The recent announcement made by Apple regarding the upcoming release of their new mixed reality headset, known as Apple Vision Pro, has sparked high expectations for its potential applications in healthcare. However, alongside these expectations, legal and ethical concerns have emerged. The fundamental question revolves around the potential benefits of augmented reality and virtual reality devices in the healthcare sector and their impact on critical areas such as privacy, security, and ethics.
Released on Jul 6, 2023
Turkish law presents several issues to consider when designing and executing internal investigations, differing from European Union or United States law in some key areas.
Released on Sep 2, 2022
This article offers an overview of India’s new draft data privacy law.
Released on Jun 22, 2022
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted many UK employers to introduce new rules on vaccination and testing in the workplace. This raises legal risks and privacy issues, and also illustrates how Covid-19 has changed the expectations between employer and employee in relation to health information and workplace safety.
Released on Dec 15, 2021
Released on Jun 24, 2021