The UK government has backed down on enforcing a “spy clause” in the Online Safety Bill, a move welcomed by tech companies and privacy activists.
The Dutch Data Protection Authority urges closer oversight of high-risk algorithms and AI to minimize risks, while leveraging the benefits.
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.
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.
The proposed amendments to the Law aimed at protecting DPC investigation confidentiality, have sparked concern among human rights groups and consumer organisations who argue it stifles dissent and shields tech companies from scrutiny.
The EU Parliament unanimously approved the AI Act intended to ensure the responsible development of ethical AI systems.