Security Screening Company Hit with AI-Related Securities Suit | The D&O Diary

Last week, when I wrote about two recent AI-related SEC enforcement actions, I noted that the SEC’s public statements when it announced the enforcement action settlements not only underscored the SEC’s AI-related concerns but also illustrated the kinds of issues that could lead to private securities litigation brought by investors who claim they were misled by companies’ AI-related disclosures. In the latest example showing how company disclosures relating to artificial intelligence can lead to securities litigation, a plaintiff shareholder has filed a securities suit against a security screening company alleging that the company’s public statements about its AI-enabled products and services were misleading. A copy of the March 25, 2024, complaint can be found here.

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