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Italy signs the Protocol amending the Convention 108

Italy signs the Protocol amending the Convention 108 The Convention 108, concluded in Strasbourg on 28 January 1981 within the framework of the Council of Europe, represents the first legal instrument adopted at European level on the protection of personal data, and is also the only international treaty on this matter to be legally binding. The adoption of the Convention…

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Labor consultants: considerations by the Italian Data Protection Authority on their privacy role

Labor consultants: considerations by the Italian Data Protection Authority on their privacy role The question regarding the role of data controller or processor of labor consultants and other specifically regulated professions is often at the center of heated negotiations. Compared to the preceding data protection framework, the GDPR has increased the obligations directly applicable to the processor; as a consequence,…

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AI-driven data innovation and GDPR protection

AI-driven data innovation and GDPR protection by Licia Presutti Artificial intelligence: “The study and design of intelligent agents, where an intelligent agent is a system that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chances of success”. (Russell and Norvig) “AI is the new electricity”. (Andrew Ng) “AI is here to remind us what it is that makes us more…

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