ChatGPT AI Platform may be Violating Consumer Protection Laws
Shub Law is investigating claims that ChatGPT and its owner OpenAI has engaged in unfair or deceptive privacy or data security practices and whether ChatGPT has engaged in unfair or deceptive practices relating to risks of harm to consumers. Consumers have complained that ChatGPT has shared private information among companies and governments regarding safety risks, dangerous or emergent capabilities, and attempts to circumvent safeguards
THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S INVESTIGATION INTO CHATGPT PRACTICES?
Recently, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigated ChatGPT/OpenAI and asked these questions. This pressured OpenAI to sign and implement a list of voluntary AI commitments published by the White House. These commitments, joined by several other tech giants, aim to ensure the safe, secure, and transparent development of AI. If the FTC determines that OpenAI has violated consumer protection law, it may press for further action. If there is unauthorized use of private information by OpenAI regarding individuals, then consumers and the FTC can bring a cause of action for unfair or deceptive privacy or data security practices.
AM I A VICTIM OF THE ILLEGAL PRACTICES OF CHATGPT?
If you have had your private information leaked by ChatGPT in the present or the past and/or have had ChatGPT downplay the leak of private information, then you may be a victim of the illegal practices of ChatGPT.
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If you are a victim of the illegal practices of ChatGPT and their encroachment on your privacy rights, then please join Shub & Johns’ investigation by filling out our form below or contact us at 610-477-8380 or email@example.com. Our class action attorneys are here to help you get justice! All consultations are free of charge.