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.
The Dutch agency UWV has been found to have illegally tracked the online behaviors of benefits recipients, violating privacy and data protection laws.
EDPB introduced a complaint template and updated recommendations on Binding Corporate Rules for Controllers to streamline cross-border data protection cases.
Two local AI experts discuss the challenges of AI regulation, privacy, and cybersecurity at a Malta IT Law Association event, emphasizing the need for self-assessment and human oversight.
The CNIL is drafting a recommendation to clarify obligations of mobile application ecosystem players, open for public consultation until October 8th, 2023.
European civil society groups are rallying to protect the rights of complainants in cross-border data privacy violation cases, fearing these may be compromised in an upcoming EU legislative proposal.
Belgian citizens can now see who accessed their personal information via a government website, as part of efforts to boost transparency.
NOYB is seeking High Court intervention to urge Ireland’s Data Protection Commission to thoroughly investigate its complaints about Meta’s data handling practices.
The EU’s stringent cyber posture, as reflected in the GDPR, while enhancing global norm building, inadvertently hampers small businesses and data-dependent public services due to its high compliance costs and limitations on data sharing.
Stichting Data Bescherming Nederland is preparing a mass claim against Amazon for alleged illegal tracking of millions of Dutch users, claiming it collects more data than necessary.