New Technology & Software Regulation
Helping policymakers understand emerging technologies.
Preventing Policy Based on Political Impulses
New technology arises almost daily, and some of it’s incredibly disruptive. It’s critical we work with policymakers to provide knowledge and understanding of these emerging products and software. Why? So they don’t make rash decisions based on little information and a lot of emotion. Whether that’s AI or something that doesn’t exist yet, it’s on us to ensure they’re able to make rational, balanced decisions backed by fact.
The Latest on New Tech & Software Regulation
Read more: Developers Alliance Deeply Engaged with U.S. Policymakers and Agencies. Will They Listen?
June/July 2023 US Policy Update Beltway Voices: A Conversation with Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA) Few members of Congress understand innovation and American competitiveness better than Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA). First…
Read more: Joint Industry Recommendations for a Better Cyber Resilience Act
Developers Alliance and The Information Technology Industry Council, in collaboration with the Computer & Communications Industry Association and BSA – The Software Alliance, present decisive recommendations to EU co-legislators, targeting…
Developers Alliance Submits Comments to U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy on Priorities for Artificial IntelligenceRead more: Developers Alliance Submits Comments to U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy on Priorities for Artificial Intelligence
AI possesses immense opportunity for Americans. This opportunity can only be realized if regulators here and abroad practice regulatory humility. The Developers Alliance urges the Office of Science and Technology…
Read more: EU Regulatory Overreach Spurs Bipartisan Action in U.S. House of Representatives
A group of nearly 50 bipartisan members of the House of Representatives signed a letter addressed to President Biden raising their concerns with the extraterritoriality of some of the EU’s…
Read more: Beltway Voices: A Conversation with Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA)
Few members of Congress understand innovation and American competitiveness better than Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA). First elected to Congress in 1992, Representative Eshoo represents a large swath of Silicon Valley….
Read more: Joint Industry Statement on Vulnerability Reporting Under the Cyber Resilience Act
Developers Alliance has joined a coalition of diverse national, European and international associations active across different sectors in raising concerns on unpatched vulnerability reporting in the Cyber Resilience Act. Key…
Read more: Competition Bill Introduced (Again) in the Senate; Will (Still) Harm Consumers and Devs
A shrinking handful of Senators reintroduced the American Innovation and Choice Online Act (AICOA) again this Congress. Opposition to the bill remains strong, and that’s a good thing. Five fewer…
Read more: EU Lawmakers Should Strive for a More Feasible AI Act
Developers Alliance voices concerns over the AI Act but remains hopeful for significant improvements pre-law. June 14, 2024 – The European Parliament has set out its position on the AI…
Revision of the Product Liability Directive: Developers Alliance Disappointed by Council’s Rushed PositionRead more: Revision of the Product Liability Directive: Developers Alliance Disappointed by Council’s Rushed Position
Developers Alliance expresses its disappointment that the Council has rushed to set out its position on a piece of legislation with a huge impact on European software development. June 14,…
Read more: On Its Fifth Anniversary, GDPR Proves (Again) to Be a Road Block for Data Flows
May 2023 European Policy Update Data Protection & Privacy TLDR: Data Protection Authorities are issuing millions of dollars in fines against companies exporting personal data from Europe. At this time,…
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