Report outlines how national courts and Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) in the EU/EEA and UK have interpreted GDPR provisions on automated decisionmaking.
Another complaint against Amazon Europe: a customer made an access request to find out why he was denied certain payment options; he did not receive a reply.
Framework is created to improve the general literacy of automated or algorithmic decision-making with clear information and practical steps for civil servants and ministers to support the agenda and provide appropriate challenge.
Ruling in Amsterdam overturns company’s decision to exclude operators for alleged sharing of account details. Uber has been ordered to reinstate five British drivers who were struck off from its ride-hailing app by robot technology.
Former Uber drivers have filed a legal challenge against the company in Europe, arguing that its “robo-firing” practices contravene GDPR. […]
The Home Office of the UK has announced that it will halt the use of its “Visa Streaming” algorithm. This […]
On February 14, 2020, California State Assembly Member Ed Chau introduced the Automated Decision Systems Accountability Act of 2020, which […]
The Commissioner for Personal Data Protection (Cypriot SA) banned the processing and fined LGS Handling Ltd, Louis Travel Ltd and […]
One in three councils are using computer algorithms to help make decisions about benefit claims and other welfare issues, despite […]
The ICO has published a blog post on the role of “meaningful” human reviews in AI systems to prevent them […]