Etienne Drouard (Hogan Lovells): “The Cnil decision concerning Lusha weakens the protection of personal data in Europe”

1675092364 Etienne Drouard Hogan Lovells The Cnil decision concerning Lusha weakens

For Me Etienne Drouard, by deciding that the GDPR is not applicable to Lusha, an Israeli-American scraping company, the Cnil leaves the way open to the trade in data of Europeans without their knowledge by actors located outside the EU and not providing any service there. JDN. The Cnil dismissed the case after investigating the … Read more

Artificial intelligence in the age of personal data protection

Artificial intelligence in the age of personal data protection

Artificial intelligence is entering our daily life through connected accessories, such as watches, or even home automation. These AIs seek to learn more and more about us to make our lives easier, but they can do so to the detriment of sometimes very sensitive personal data. To better control them, Europe is working on a … Read more

Personal data: Meta hit by a new fine, targeting WhatsApp

Personal data Meta hit by a new fine targeting WhatsApp

DAVOS: The risk of catastrophic cyberattacks is skyrocketing due to geopolitical instability, according to a report released Wednesday at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos. More than 93% of cybersecurity experts and 86% of business leaders surveyed for the report believe that “a large-scale catastrophic cyber event is likely within the … Read more

Personal data: why you have to be very careful… about robot vacuum cleaners

Personal data why you have to be very careful about

Fearsome spies lurk in the middle of our living room: vacuum cleaners, which can turn into snitches. Vacuum cleaners, new everyday spies? Embarrassing private photos – including a woman sitting on her toilet seat – taken by a robot vacuum cleaner found each other on Facebook. The latest generation models are jewels of technology. They … Read more

Metaverse and personal data, a decisive issue for the future?

Airbus believed in us and that is a game changer

While mankind has produced 33 zettabytes of data in 2018this volume could reach 181 zettabytes in 2025. This increase is explained among other things by the democratization of theInternet of Things (IoT) for several years: an increase in the number of devices that can retrieve information (micro, motion sensors, heart, etc.) also allow for increased … Read more

ChatGPT artificial intelligence at JDD: “I have no personal desires”

IVF artificial intelligence could improve success rates

All he needs is the word will soon no longer be able to be said of a machine. The ChatGPT conversational robot, developed by the Californian start-up OpenAI, delivers its encyclopedic knowledge with an astonishing gift for imitating human language. Since it went live a few weeks ago, students and writers all over the world … Read more

This is the first AI that negotiates your invoices, a real free personal lawyer!

This is the first AI that negotiates your invoices a

News JVTech This is the first AI that negotiates your invoices, a real free personal lawyer! Published on 17/12/2022 at 15:15 We have all gone through the ordeal of wanting to be reimbursed for an overpayment or an excessive invoice. Well, there is an AI that is there to negotiate for you and save you … Read more

“Data is not only personal: it is also a common good, which can solve many problems”

Artificial intelligence from alpha to omega

Lhe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has given wings to the European Commission. After the GDPR, there will be the Data Act; the Open Data directive has existed since 2019, the Data Governance Act, applied since June (with a compliance period of 15 months), and others are preparing. There is a risk of overlapping regulations … Read more

Protection of personal information: a busy summer

Protection of personal information a busy summer

My Cynthia Chassigneux and Caroline Deschênes, the authors of this article. Source: Langlois website Summer is usually synonymous with good weather, festivals and holidays. This year, more than the other years, it is also synonymous with the protection of personal information, in particular for the following reasons. 1. In Quebec i. Several … Read more

New personal data protection bill tabled in the Commons

OTTAWA — The Liberal government introduced new privacy legislation on Thursday that would give Canadians more control over their personal data, impose fines on non-compliant digital platforms and introduce new rules on the use of artificial intelligence. The bill, introduced by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, François-Philippe Champagne, aims to reform Canada’s Digital … Read more