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Monday, July 11, 2016

AI (Artificial Intelligence) Setting Up Internet For Huge Clash With Europe

Artificial Intelligence Is Setting Up the Internet for a Huge Clash With Europe

Cade Metz | June 11, 2016

[...] the Internet is poised for an ideological confrontation with the European Union, the world’s single largest online market.
In April, the EU laid down new regulations for the collection, storage, and use of personal data, including online data. Ten years in the making and set to take affect in 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation guards the data of EU citizens even when collected by companies based in other parts of the world.

(E-Discovery and Legal Frameworks Governing Privacy and Data Protection in European Countries | Part 1 - Implications) Source: [Blogger's note: These second part of this artcle can be found as E-Discovery and Legal Frameworks Governing Privacy and Data Protection in European Countries | Part 2 - Country-Specific Profiles at]

<more at; related articles and links: (Google takes right to be forgotten battle to France's highest court. Company is appealing against decision by French data protection authority to apply search-results ruling to all its domains May 19, 2006) and (Finally, Neural Networks That Actually Work, April 21, 2015)>

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