Ten MEPs have called on the European Commission to introduce a moratorium on the tracking of users.
EU Parliament adopted a resolution deeming the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework to be inadequate in providing the protection demanded by EU data protection law.
European Parliament will vote on a proposed amendment to Article 5 of the Artificial Intelligence Act, which seeks to bar the use of live facial recognition technology on public streets.
expressed concerns regarding the adequacy decision proposed by the European Commission, asserting that a data transfer between the EU and U.S. would not guarantee sufficient safeguards for personal data protection.
European Parliament held a political meeting whereby they concluded the discussion on several essential aspects of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Regulation.
European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs issued a Draft Motion for a Resolution demanding that the European Commission not grant adequacy to the newly proposed EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework.
The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice is set to delve into the question of whether companies based in Ireland are manufacturing and selling spyware.
A senior MEP within the European Parliament has accused the EU of trying to bring in “mass surveillance” with a new law controlling private online chats.