UK data watchdog fights tribunal's overturn of Clearview AI's fine.
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 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.
The EU is close to passing the first global laws on AI, addressing issues from facial recognition to copyright theft, and holding AI companies accountable for potential harm caused by their tools.
A coalition of 65 UK lawmakers calls for a temporary halt to the use of live facial recognition surveillance technology, amid concerns over civil liberties.
Digital rights group NOYB accuses Ryanair of violating customers’ data protection rights by using facial recognition for identity verification.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, warns about the potential negative impacts of facial recognition systems and supports the upcoming EU’s AI Act, which aims to regulate AI and prevent mass surveillance.
The EU Parliament unanimously approved the AI Act intended to ensure the responsible development of ethical AI systems.
Gardaí's plans to quickly implement laws allowing the use of facial recognition technology have been met with strong opposition.