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Daily Dashboard | OpenAI to work with Italy's DPA on ChatGPT case; Hong Kong PCPD monitoring Related reading: CPPA to consider formal rulemaking on draft automated decision making regulations



  • Reuters reports ChatGPT developer OpenAI intends to outline proposed fixes to issues that led to a ban of the generative artificial intelligence tool by Italy's data protection authority, the Garante. According to the company, it will attempt to justify its legal basis for processing with the regulator and provide a plan for improved transparency.
  • Hong Kong's Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data will continue to monitor ChatGPT but has yet to receive claims regarding data breaches or security violations, The South China Morning Post reports.

Editor's note: IAPP Staff Writer Jennifer Bryant reported on the concerns generative AI technologies raise around data collection, use and privacy.


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