The aim of the guidelines is to provide elements to examine, whether surveillance measures allowing access to personal data by public authorities in a third country can be regarded as a justifiable interference or not.
This study provides an overview of the most relevant Smart Mobility applications and their underlying emerging technologies for all different transport modes for up to 2030.
The report provides law enforcers, policymakers and other organisations with information on existing and potential attacks leveraging AI and recommendations on how to mitigate these risks.
The paper is aimed as contribution to improve the understanding of the evolution and the role AI and Digital Trade are playing and will play in the EU, in developed and developing countries. The study addresses, among other things, the adoption and diffusion of AI technologies, the importance of data for digital applications and its economic impact, and international trade rules, data flows, computing resources, and AI.
The review looks at the use of algorithmic decision-making in four sectors (policing, local government, financial services and recruitment) and makes cross-cutting recommendations.
These recommendations provide data exporters with a series of steps to follow, potential sources of information, and some examples of supplementary measures that could be put in place.
The Coordinated Enforcement Framework (CEF) provides a structure for coordinating recurring annual activities by EDPB Supervisory Authorities.
The UK’s The Information Commissioner has conducted an investigation into data protection compliance in the data broking sector and published report.