Lucia Rubio Robustillo

ChatGPT is a powerful tool for work and study purposes. From an enterprise perspective, being able to find answers to complex questions by simply typing in a prompt is attractive. However, it is essential to consider the veracity of the information obtained. A recent paper published by OpenAI – the developer of ChatGPT – explores

The regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic in recent months, fueled by the disruption caused by Generative AI  and the privacy and security concerns it raised. Numerous regional and national initiatives around the globe are part of a race to define a regulatory approach with many challengers (ethical use, product safety, risk-based, human-centered) and no clear winners. What is certain, however, is that even within the EU Commission itself, many want to trophy AI regulation. Here is a brief roundup of the main four contenders.
Continue Reading The EU Approach to AI Regulation: Texts That Generative AI  Will Not Come Up With

The UK’s Electronic Communications (Security Measures) Regulations 2022 (the Regulations) came into force on 1 October 2022, together with the Telecommunications Security Code of Practice (the Code of Practice). The Regulations reflect the increased risk of cyber-attack and data breaches, whether for criminal purposes or by potentially hostile states. They supplement general duties imposed on providers of public electronic communications networks and services by the Communications Act 2003, sections 105A and 105C, and provide Ofcom with new powers to monitor and enforce enhanced obligations affecting:

  • providers of public electronic communications networks (“network providers”); and
  • providers of public electronic communications services (“service providers”).

Continue Reading Protecting Electronic Communications Networks and Services from Cyber-Attack and Data Breach: Enhanced Obligations and Board-level Accountability

The second reading of the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (the Bill) has been delayed following the election of the new Conservative Party leader. The new date is yet to be announced, but in the meantime, it is worth analysing some of the key changes the Bill proposes. While it promises more flexibility and less ambiguity, practically speaking, the Bill may not represent a fundamental divergence from the current regime.
Continue Reading Data Protection and Digital Information Bill Delayed – Aspects to Consider While We Wait