Artificial intelligence: a regulation is making its way, the Cnil mobilized

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The European Commission has taken up the subject of artificial intelligence and in this context, the Cnil is on board. A new mission which is also conferred on it by the Council of State. Public institutions are taking up the subject of artificial intelligence to frame it and avoid abuses. In April 2021, the European … Read more

In view of the new regulations on AI, the Cnil is preparing to audit the algorithms

In view of the new regulations on AI the Cnil

Presented in April 2021, the draft European regulation on artificial intelligence foresees that “high risk” systems – such as facial recognition devices – will have to undergo audits in order to be marketed within the single market. . The objective is to verify that they comply with the regulations in force (principle of non-discrimination, respect … Read more

Twitter: following the revelations, a CNIL investigation

Twitter following the revelations a CNIL investigation

While it is in the middle of a legal battle against Elon Musk, Twitter must manage another crisis, following the filing of a complaint by its former director of security in the United States. In this complaint, Peiter Zatko, a renowned hacker also called “Mudge”, denounces “extreme and glaring” shortcomings that the microblogging platform would … Read more

Artificial intelligence: the opinion of the CNIL and its counterparts on the future European regulation

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The CNIL and its European counterparts welcome the European Commission proposal aimed at establishing harmonized rules on artificial intelligence in order to preserve individual freedoms. While this is likely to change significantly further, depending on the amendments to the text made by Parliament or the European Council, the European protection authorities have deemed it essential … Read more

Video surveillance: the Cnil warns against cameras responsible for analyzing our behavior

Video surveillance the Cnil warns against cameras responsible for analyzing

The Commission points to the risks of massive and illegal surveillance linked to the generalization of cameras associated with artificial intelligence systems. The Cnil, guarantor of the private life of the French, called on Tuesday for a regulatory or legislative framework for surveillance devices by so-called “augmented” cameras, capable of identifying the behavior of people … Read more

Environment, sanctions, privacy… The CNIL laboratory presents its work program

Environment sanctions privacy… The CNIL laboratory presents its work program

The digital innovation laboratory of the National Commission for Computing and Liberties (LINC) presents its work program for the second half of 2022 and part of the year 2023. In addition to informing the public, this presentation aims to bring more visibility on the projects in progress in order to allow “collaborations with other players … Read more

Stade de France: Christian Estrosi calls for facial recognition and describes the CNIL as a “dusty institution”

The mayor of Nice regrets not being able to entrust part of the responsibility for maintaining order to an artificial intelligence. “Artificial intelligence will fully play its role and will be much more effective than doubling by three or quadrupling the forces of the Interior”. This May 31 in the morning, the mayor of Nice … Read more

CNIL annual report: data breach notifications soar in 2021 Computerworld

The Cnil delivered the annual report of its activities highlighting various elements. Complaints hit record highs in 2021, as did data breach notifications related to cyberattacks. The regulator also intends to continue its support and educational role around the GDPR and other subjects. After two years of remote presentation, pandemic obliges, Marie-Laure Denis, the president … Read more

CNIL: an “unprecedented” year 2021 for sanctions

CNIL an unprecedented year 2021 for sanctions

May 11, 2022 at 9:02 p.m. By Thierry Wojciak The National Commission for Computing and Liberties (CNIL) presented its annual report on Wednesday. If the number of complaints seems to have reached a “high plateau” at more than 14,000, the year 2021 was “unprecedented” in terms of sanctions, “both in terms of the number of … Read more