In response to rising criticism, the European Commission issued a non-paper to defend its proposal to combat CSAM.
Ddocument reveals that the majority of the EU countries are in favor of expanding the scanning of private messages to audio communications for detecting CSAM.
CJEU’s Advocate General Issues Opinion on Concept of Controller, Joint Controller, Processor, and Administrative Fines
Advocate General released an opinion on the concepts of “controller”, “joint controller” and “processor”, and also liability system established by the GDPR.
As the EU considers a new law requiring screening of encrypted messages for child abuse content, internal legal advice has raised doubts about its lawfulness.
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.
Ireland won't reveal whether it spys on its citizens.
UK moves on with data protection reform to make it more "flexible", while critics warn of risks.
European Parliament held a political meeting whereby they concluded the discussion on several essential aspects of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Regulation.
The European Commission’s plans to combat the spread of CSAM have sparked vehement debate due to its potential invasion of privacy.
At present, there are no comprehensive regulations at the European Union level governing the use of artificial intelligence (AI).