The Tate Modern re-opens viewing gallery with ‘no photos’ signs after luxury flat owners win a privacy case, though with sections overlooking the flats still off-limits.
Meta plans to introduce a paid subscription service for Instagram and Facebook users in Europe, offering an ad-free experience as a means to address privacy concerns.
Meta’s bid to overturn Norway’s ban on its non-consensual ad targeting was rejected by an Oslo District Court, marking a significant victory for data protection rights.
OpenAI is facing allegations of breaching various aspects of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Government agencies and police forces are using targeted social media ads based on protected characteristics and stereotypical traits to reach minority groups, raising ethical concerns.
TikTok is complying with the EU’s new Digital Services Act by making changes to its algorithm, giving European users the ability to opt-out of personalized content, and increasing transparency and moderation efforts.
Finnish DPA orders Yandex and Ridetech International to halt customers’ personal data transfer to Russia due to upcoming legislative reform weakening data protection.
Digital rights group NOYB accuses Ryanair of violating customers’ data protection rights by using facial recognition for identity verification.
The article discusses the complex legal and ethical issues arising from the creation and use of synthetic data, emphasizing the need for robust guidelines to maintain privacy and integrity while exploiting its potential benefits.