- An internal council audit found the defendant unlawfully accessed the records of 145 people between the 17th of January 2019 and the 17th of October 2019.
- The worker resigned from the council before disciplinary proceedings commenced.
- The fines imposed on the worker total 509 GBP.
Attorney General in California reaches $93m settlement with Google over its location privacy practices
- The California Department of Justice decided that Google had deceived users by “collecting, storing, and using their location data for consumer profiling and advertising purposes without informed consent”.
- OpenAI is planning on opening its first office in the EU in Dublin, Ireland;
- Nine positions are posted on OpenAI’s website for the office in Dublin, one of which includes a privacy program manager.
- Open AI already has offices in San Francisco, California, and London, England.
- X Corp, formerly known as Twitter, is facing a Dutch class-action lawsuit alongside MoPub, its former mobile advertising platform.
- The lawsuit alleges unlawful tracking of users, data sharing and data collection from over 30,000 free mobile applications in the Netherlands, from October 2013 to December 2021.
- The guidelines cover employee use of AI tools while on the job.
- This is so as to “ensure responsible use of generative AI”.
- See the guidelines here: https://www.canada.ca/en/government/system/digital-government/digital-government-innovations/responsible-use-ai/guide-use-generative-ai.html.