The European Council and Parliament have provisionally agreed on a new regulation to enhance the transparency and targeting of political advertising, aiming to safeguard elections and empower citizens.
Scientist Ed Gerck claims to have cracked RSA-2048 encryption using quantum computing, but security experts demand proof, while the tech industry prepares for a shift to post-quantum cryptography.
Google is developing a new feature, IP Protection, to obstruct device fingerprinting by masking users' IP addresses from third-party domains.
The Bletchley Declaration, signed by 29 nations, sets forth a shared understanding of AI's opportunities and risks, emphasizing collective management and safe deployment of the technology.
The State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information for Rhineland-Palatinate coordinates a detailed GDPR-compliance questionnaire for OpenAI's AI language model, ChatGPT.
Mozilla's Firefox browser is set to simplify user privacy controls by enabling users to activate the Global Privacy Tool directly from the privacy settings in its upcoming version.
The UK Policing Minister encourages law enforcement to double their use of facial recognition software to track down offenders, sparking concerns about civil liberties.
LinkedIn has been prohibited by the Berlin Regional Court from ignoring "do-not-track" signals and from activating default settings that make profiles visible on other platforms.