Microsoft-Backed OpenAI In Hot Water, Faces Privacy Law Violation Charges In Italy

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San Francisco-based artificial intelligence firm, OpenAI, led by Sam Altman, now faces scrutiny from Italy’s privacy regulator over its chatbot, ChatGPT. What Happened: The Italian privacy regulator has concluded that OpenAI’s ChatGPT tool’s data collection methods infringe upon the country’s privacy laws. This conclusion is a result of an investigation initiated in March last year, reported Bloomberg. The regulator’s statement highlighted potential violations of EU regulations based on the collected evidence. The startup now has 30 days to respond to the finding. The regulator’s announcement …

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