The UK Policing Minister encourages law enforcement to double their use of facial recognition software to track down offenders, sparking concerns about civil liberties.
The State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information for Rhineland-Palatinate coordinates a detailed GDPR-compliance questionnaire for OpenAI’s AI language model, ChatGPT.
LinkedIn has been prohibited by the Berlin Regional Court from ignoring “do-not-track” signals and from activating default settings that make profiles visible on other platforms.
PimEyes, a public face search engine, has implemented measures to block searches of children’s faces in response to privacy concerns.
The EDPB has instructed the Irish DPA to impose a ban on Meta IE’s processing of personal data for behavioural advertising across the EEA.
Amazon is launching an independent AWS European Sovereign Cloud in Europe to meet strict EU regulations, offering customers high sovereignty controls, privacy safeguards, and security features.
The Greek Data Protection Authority is set to decide on the legality of AI and biometric surveillance systems in the country’s refugee camps, a decision that could impact the use of such systems in migration management globally.
Sweden’s law requiring foreigners to demonstrate a year-long stay for a personal identification number has been challenged by multiple EU citizens.