Given the prevalence of dark money political groups, the First Amendment’s broad protections of political speech and the fact that defamation lawsuits take years to resolve themselves, the schemers behind a libelous deepfake could potentially avoid any liability by hiding behind the organization
Source: AI could sway the 2024 elections, campaign pros say — but not like you think
TALLAHASSEE — After Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a major elections bill Wednesday, legal battles immediately began about new restrictions on voter registration groups.
Source: Florida election bill immediately challenged in federal court
Fast forward to March 25, 2024. The 50 percent mark has been surpassed in terms of delegates allocated and a candidate has a clear advantage in the delegate count. That candidate is almost always the frontrunner heading into primary season. Not always, but often enough.
Source: [From FHQ Plus] The Trump Trial and the Primary Calendar
Updated Post: The Court hands down opinions on Thursday this week. IF it’s going to dismiss this case, Thursday would be one likely date for an order dismissing the case, given the time that’s elapsed since the latest filings to address this issue.
Source: Is the Court Going to Dismiss Moore v. Harper This Week? #ELB
Image source, ReutersBBC NewsA New York lawyer is facing a court hearing of his own after his firm used AI tool ChatGPT for legal research.A judge said the court was faced with an "unprecedented circumstance" after a filing was found to reference example legal cases that did not exist.
Source: ChatGPT: US lawyer admits using AI for case research