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Fooling an AI Article Writer

Schneier on Security

World of Warcraft players wrote about a fictional game element, “Glorbo,” on a subreddit for the game, trying to entice an AI bot to write an article about it. The article was left online for a while but has finally been taken down ( here’s a mirror, it’s hilarious ). It worked : And it…worked.

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Article 28 Standard Contractual Clauses

DLA Piper Privacy Matters

However, it shouldn’t be overlooked that another set of standard clauses has been issued by the EU, namely the Article 28 Standard Clauses. These are contained in Article 28 of the GDPR. The EU has published a new set of Article 28 Standard Clauses. The EU has published a new set of Article 28 Standard Clauses.


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Long Article on NSO Group

Schneier on Security

Ronan Farrow has a long article in The New Yorker on NSO Group, which includes the news that someone — probably Spain — used the software to spy on domestic Catalonian sepratists.

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GDPR Article 17: What Is the Right to Erasure?

IT Governance

Article 17 of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) plays a distinctive yet essential role in data protection law. Learn more The post GDPR Article 17: What Is the Right to Erasure? There are several reasons why someone might make such a request, and in almost all instances, the organisation must comply.

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20 for 2020: The Edge's Top Articles of the Year

Dark Reading

Variety is the spice of life, and it's also the perfect analogy for the article topics that resonated most with Edge readers this past year.

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No, I Won't Link to Your Spammy Article

Troy Hunt

I also have an article on [thing] and I think it would be a great addition to your blog. So now when people search for [thing], they'll hopefully end up here rather than on the spammy article thus penalising you for your behaviour. No, no it wouldn't and there are all sorts of reasons why not. Just the title. On a popular blog.

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Privacy notices – the ICO follows the lead of the EU data protection authorities in their interpretation of Article 13 UK GDPR

Data Protection Report

Whilst a significant part of the MPN is focussed on TikTok’s non compliance with the rules around processing children’s personal data, the MPN also clarifies how the ICO interprets the requirements in Article 13 of the UK GDPR more generally. This is not the case for most companies and so some of the MPN should be read with that in mind.

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