The EU Parliament's main political groups have agreed on a draft law to prevent the online spread of child sexual abuse material, focusing on detection and reporting, with provisions for encryption and age verification.
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 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.
As the number of security cameras installed across the Netherlands continues to surge, concerns about their impact on public privacy are intensifying.
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.