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On 23 April, the Italian Council of Ministers passed a bill (AI Bill) aimed at introducing national AI provisions. The main scope is to establish regulatory criteria to balance the opportunities offered by new technologies with the risks associated with improper and harmful use. It supplements the European Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (AI Act), which

In the UK, there is currently heightened regulatory scrutiny and increased public interest in children’s data protection and online harm, with a raft of new guidance and regulation from both the ICO and Ofcom, the chief regulator of the Online Safety Act, in relation to children’s safety online. 

Since the introduction of the ICO’s Children’s

The next steps in Australia’s long bubbling reform of the privacy regime has been announced, with draft legislation expected to be tabled by August 2024. The reform is being presented as part of the Federal Government’s efforts to improve online safety, particularly for women, but it’s not clear how broad its remit will be at

Following the publication of the Government’s pro-innovation strategy earlier this year, the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) AI Update last week sets out how its existing regulatory framework maps to the Government’s five principles on Artificial Intelligence (AI) regulation (AI Principles). The Bank of England and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have also written to the

Disclaimer: The blogpost below is based on a previously published Thomson Reuters Practical Law practice note (EU AI Act: data protection aspects (EU)) and only presents a short overview of and key takeaways from this practice note. This blogpost has been produced with the permission of Thomson Reuters, who has the copyright over the full

The California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA”) has been active since the start of the year.  In this blog post we summarize some key activities of the CPPA to date in 2024, including:

  • On April 2, 2024, the CPPA Enforcement Division issued its inaugural advisory, emphasizing the importance of data minimization.  (Read more about the enforcement

On 25 March 2024, the Cabinet Office published Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 02/24: Improving Transparency of AI use in Procurement.  This PPN provides guidance on the use by bidders of Artificial Intelligence in public procurements and in the delivery of government services.  In particular, it highlights the need for greater transparency from bidders regarding