Kentucky legislators looking to implement electronic privacy protection bill

Kentucky legislators are looking to implement an electronic privacy protection bill, which addresses several areas of concern with technological advances.

The bipartisan bill would implement measures such as prohibiting the use of drones with an imaging device on private property without the owner’s written consent, prohibiting the sale of license plate data through automated plate readers, and protecting people from deep fake videos or audio clips that could potentially be harmful.

More provisions may be added as lawmakers learn more about AI technology.

During the interim, the Kentucky General Assembly cannot take any action on legislation. The 2024 legislative session begins Jan. 2.

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