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The EU has welcomed a voluntary AI code of conduct adopted by seven of the world’s leading economies.
30 October 2023
Digital Freedom Fund and Systemic Justice founder Nani Jansen Reventlow says NGOs need to deploy litigation, campaigning and advocacy to achieve their objectives.
14 July 2023
A senior European Commission official has said that finalisation of the AI Act will take precedence over discussions over the recently announced voluntary code of conduct, and that the latter will consist of key themes pulled from the legislation.
23 June 2023
Hopes are high for the new AI code of conduct jointly proposed by the EU and US, but participants will have to thread the needle of global acceptability and meaningful rules.
19 June 2023
5Rights founder Baroness Kidron says she will consider litigation if upcoming laws need further interpretation.
10 February 2023
OpenAI’s ChatGPT has prompted questions about how it could affect compliance work such as the drafting of privacy notices. GDR spoke to leading practitioners who have experimented with the tool.
23 January 2023
As regulators around the world prepare to shut down for the winter after a long year of investigations, GDR highlights the ten largest privacy sanctions issued in 2022.
16 December 2022
In a rare joint paper, DLA Piper and Clifford Chance have pushed back against the current approach taken by EU data regulators to third-country data transfers, advocating instead for a proportionate and risk-based approach.
16 November 2022
A recent survey found chief legal officers are increasingly playing a role in their organisations' cybersecurity strategy – but they likely aren’t leading such initiatives.
09 November 2022
Privacy International legal director and general counsel Caroline Wilson Palow says transparency is the key to creating a productive dialogue between civil society and the private sector.
12 August 2022
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