AI: Ethics and Algorithms
AI: Ethics and Algorithms

In October a German group published its position on ethics and AI. With the new European Commission tipped to put forward a comprehensive AI policy in the first 100 days of office, a lot of scrutiny has been given to …

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Finland eyes ePrivacy agreement before year’s end
Finland eyes ePrivacy agreement before year’s end

The Presidency of the EU Council is expected to propose yet another iteration of the ePrivacy text for the next meeting of the Working Party on Telecommunications and Information Society.

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Deepfakes Could Break the Internet
Deepfakes Could Break the Internet

We’ve heard the threat before, but the emerging technology is genuinely worrying. We could already be swimming in a world of deepfakes and the public wouldn’t even know. After all, how would we?

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Encryption and Why It Matters in a Data Retention World
Encryption and Why It Matters in a Data Retention World

Despite the landmark ruling by the ECJ, saying that indiscriminate data retention was illegal, several European countries are once again seeking to bring back the practice AND weaken encryption with “backdoors”.

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Google Can Forget You, But Only In Europe
Google Can Forget You, But Only In Europe

On Tuesday 24 September, Google has won what everyone is calling a “landmark case” against CNIL, the French data protection authority. At the heart of the matter is how far the ‘right to be forgotten’ rules extend. Spoiler alert! Not …

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Groundhog Day for Privacy Shield Review
Groundhog Day for Privacy Shield Review

Third annual review follows familiar template. International digital rights NGO, Access Now, called on the European Commission to strike down the Privacy Shield agreement that allows data sharing between EU and the US. Don’t bet on that happening.

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Bordering on artificial
Bordering on artificial

Artificial Intelligence is being considered for use in border control. Why a pilot trial of facial recognition in Europe should ring alarm bells.

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Facial recognition: Time to face the music?
Facial recognition: Time to face the music?

Authorities could consider a stricter approach to the use of facial recognition technologies, and last month, a school in northern Sweden triggered the first fine for use of a facial recognition system under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Programmatic advertising or problematic advertising?
Programmatic advertising or problematic advertising?

The data protection case that tackles the foundation of the internet: It’s easy to lose sight of the issue amid the “he said, she said” volley of attacks in the Brave versus IAB Europe battle, but at its heart the …

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