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.
France's highest constitutional court authorized use of AI-driven surveillance, sparking privacy concerns.
Clearview AI has incurred yet another fine for its noncompliance with the GDPR in France.
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.
Gardaí's plans to quickly implement laws allowing the use of facial recognition technology have been met with strong opposition.
Live facial recognition is a controversial form of mass surveillance, and human rights advocates are vehement in their criticism of its use by police forces.
Starting April 5th, Meta will use 'legitimate interests' as its legal basis for targeting EU users with tailored advertisements.
A coalition of human rights organisations is launching a petition at the Brussels Parliament to demand a ban on facial recognition technology in public spaces.
There is an entire industry dedicated to vacuuming personal information using fake accounts called avatars