EU Regulators Use AI to Catch Potential GDPR Violations

EU Regulators Use AI to Catch Potential GDPR Violations

EU regulators are reportedly using artificial intelligence to find possible violations to the GDPR in the privacy policies of 14 major tech firms, including Facebook, Alphabet, and Amazon.

Researchers from the European Union Institute in Florence worked with an EU consumer organization to develop the software named “Claudette” which was able scan policy documents to find problematic clauses, those that had incomplete information, and those that used unclear language.

The results from the study prompted Google to update its privacy policy to use clear and plain language, while Facebook said that it is working hard to comply with EU’s new data privacy laws and is seeking advice from the government and experts including the Irish Data Protection Commission.

Source: Bloomberg

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