These lawsuits are filed against OpenAI - the people behind ChatGPT

OpenAI faces legal disputes spanning privacy, copyright, and defamation, while regulatory are investigating these issues.

The New York Times

The New York Times might sue OpenAI this week for copyright infringement, a recurring issue for OpenAI. Lets know more instances.


Matthew Butterick organized a lawsuit against GitHub Copilot. He wants companies to train AI that respects licenses and gives proper credit.

What was the verdict?

Latest news on the lawsuit involves determining if it violates copyrights, with a judge's decision set for September 14th.


Authors Tremblay & Awad filed a lawsuit, claiming ChatGPT's accurate book summaries suggest it used their content to train.

Why is it wrong?

They argue this violates copyright law and could be the first of more claims against OpenAI.


Comedian Sarah Silverman's lawsuit claims ChatGPT used her memoir without permission, suggesting it might have come from a pirated "shadow library".

Big question - what's the source?

The question arises whether ChatGPT memorized a pirated book copy or gathered details from reviews and discussions.

Defamation Case

Mark Walters files groundbreaking defamation case against OpenAI after ChatGPT falsely links him to fraud & embezzlement.

Why is this case important?

This case highlights AI's potential for generating false information, signaling a growing legal concern.

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