ChatGPT called out again by Italy for breaching GDPR

Italy’s Data Protection Authority (DPA) announced it found evidence of data privacy violations by OpenAI, maker of ChatGPT due to mass collection of data used to train the algorithm. OpenAI has 30 days to respond in its defense. The stakes are high, since fines for companies that break GDPR rules can be up to 4% of the company’s global turnover. This follows an earlier ban of ChatGPT in Italy last spring, which was subsequently lifted.

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