Hidden Layers | Section 230, Chat GPT & the TikTok Hearing
Welcome back to another edition of Hidden Layers. In this issue, we discuss two cases heard by the Supreme Court at the end of February that may decide the future of Section 230. We also look at a bill from Congress that could ban Chinese apps such as TikTok from the U.S. market. Finally, we cover the White House’s National Cybersecurity Strategy, the EU Data Act and the buzz around ChatGPT.
Daniela Rojas Medina
Daniela Rojas Medina joined the Bertelsmann Foundation in October of 2021 as a Research Analyst. Her work specifically focuses on technology policy issues in the U.S. and European Union. She is also responsible for RANGE, our crowdsourced forecasting platform.
Daniela recently obtained her Master’s degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where she did research on emerging technology and privacy, particularly the benefits and risks of vehicle-to-everything communication technology (V2X). She also graduated from Penn State University with BA degrees in International Politics and German, as well as a minor in Global Security.
Prior to joining Bertelsmann, she was a Program Officer at the German American Business Council in Washington, D.C. and worked with BMW’s Government and External Affairs team.
Originally from Venezuela, she speaks fluent Spanish and, having spent time in Switzerland and Germany, she also speaks some German.