A complaint in Poland alleges GDPR violations by ChatGPT in the areas of lawful basis for data processing, data access, fairness, transparency and personal privacy.
Copying of protected works is generally a no-no. But, training of AI tools such as ChatGPT requires copying enormous amounts of data. The two positions appear potentially irreconcilable. This is where the “text and data mining” (TDM) exception to copyright and database rights comes in.
Over 200,000 OpenAI credentials are listed for sale on dark web marketplaces as interest in the generative AI chatbot peaks within the black hat community.
The legal gauntlet for "generative AI" chatbots continues as OpenAI is now under FTC investigation, an action that could firm up questions about the extent to which consumer protection laws apply to AI tools and signal the direction of future federal regulation.
The focus is now turning to the cybersecurity implications of ChatGPT and other AI/machine learning (ML) platforms especially after the recent OpenAI security incident. What are some of the key security considerations that organizations need to consider before they explore how to utilize new AI/ML solutions?
By leveraging public interest in generative AI chatbots like ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, hackers are distributing novel malware on Facebook and hijacking online accounts.
ChatGPT, is now allowing users to disable chat history. However, any prior conversations remain logged and available to the company's AI models, and chats will still be retained for 30 days before deletion in order to "fight abuse."
Germany is querying ChatGPT's GDPR compliance in terms of required access to stored personal information, its efforts to inform data subjects of their rights under the law, and how it is handling the data of minors.
OpenAI can get out of the ChatGPT ban if it improves transparency, allows users to view and delete stored data, and implements added safeguards to protect minors. April 30 is the earliest point at which the service could return to Italy.
CNIL said that it is following up on "several" privacy complaints, and Spain is looking to put the ChatGPT topic on the Plenary of the European Data Protection Committee's discussion schedule.