Privacy activists argue the act is emblematic of a rhetorical shift by European officials that increasingly positions data as an untapped commodity.
Rights groups say the UK has been quietly signing contracts with Palantir and we have no idea what's in them.
Some of the countries hit hardest by COVID-19 may also be the last to see their populations vaccinated.
The ambitious 'Operation Shared Responsibility' is part military logistics mission and part public health intervention.
Despite being one of the cuter sounding words in the Dutch language, the idea of “knuffelcontacts” is meant to address serious concerns about the mental health
It’s called The Digital Services Act, and some experts believe that it has the potential to change the internet forever.
"You can’t stop people from being horny."
'Predictive policing projects like these are explicitly biased and prejudiced and rely on data that is explicitly biased and prejudiced, but nobody does anything about it.'
With problem after problem besetting the app and no government data, it’s hard to know how long public faith in the app will last.
This finding is the latest example of mounting skepticism among experts regarding the effectiveness of the technology.