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Machine learning and the right to explanation in GDPR

One of the rights in GDPR is the right to explanation. Here we take a look at some of the debates about the right and how it can be implemented.


Digital Handcuffs

This report examines issues arising from Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies and the legislation protecting these technologies. The report looks at how the use of DRM can impact on users’ security, privacy and right of access, while also exploring how DRM stifles innovation and competition. Furthermore, the report looks into the phenomena of obsolescence and vendor lock-in facilitated by DRM.

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UK mass surveillance ruled unlawful in landmark judgment

The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) today ruled that the UK’s mass interception programmes have breached the European Convention on Human Rights.

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MEPs advance Article 13 of EU Copyright Directive

Members of European Parliament today voted to adopt amendments to the European Commission’s draft EU Copyright Directive. This followed a vote in July where MEPs voted down plans to fast-track the Copyright Directive and Article 13.M