Weekly Exploration Update • 9

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Welcome to the Weekly Exploration Update, a roundup of the privacy-related content I’ve come across over the past 7 days. / Benvenutu al Weekly Exploration Update, una raccolta dei contenuti relativi alla privacy che ho incontrato negli ultimi 7 giorni.

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📰 Articles

Europe’s Proposed Limits on AI Would Have Global Consequences

Will Knight – WIRED

Europe Proposes Strict Rules for Artificial Intelligence

Adam Satariano ‒The New York Times

We Must Fight Face Surveillance to Protect Black Lives

Joy Buolamwini – OneZero

You Can’t Hide Whether You Are Online on WhatsApp—And That’s a Problem

Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai – Motherboard/VICE

Vivaldi, Brave, DuckDuckGo reject Google’s FLoC ad tracking tech

Ax Sharma – Bleeping Computer

Huawei ‘may have eavesdropped on Dutch mobile network’s calls’

Jon Henley – The Guardian

Priti Patel v Facebook is the latest in a 30-year fight over encryption

Alex Hern – The Guardian

Amnesty International has culture of white privilege, report finds

Nazia Parveen – The Guardian

Evan Greer’s “Surveillance Capitalism” is the internet’s new official protest song

Thom Dunn – Boing Boing

Signal CEO Hacks Cellebrite iPhone Hacking Device Used By Cops

Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai – Motherboard/VICE

📄 Blog posts

Coming Soon: iPhone Update Will Allow Opt-outs Of Cross-App Tracking

Kaili Lambe – Mozilla

No Digital Vaccine Bouncers

Alexis Hancock, Adam Schwartz, Hayley Tsukayama – EFF

How to stay private when using Android

Ludovic Rembert – ProtonMail

Exploiting vulnerabilities in Cellebrite UFED and Physical Analyzer from an app’s perspective

Moxie Marlinspike – Signal

🗞 Press releases

EU’s AI proposal must go further to prevent surveillance and discrimination

European Digital Rights (EDRi)

Mozilla reacts to publication of EU’s draft regulation on AI

Raegan MacDonald – Mozilla

EU takes minimal steps to regulate harmful AI systems, must go further to protect fundamental rights

Access Now

AlgorithmWatch’s response to the European Commission’s proposed regulation on Artificial Intelligence – A major step with major gaps

Angela Müller, Friederike Reinhold – AlgorithmWatch

🎧 Podcasts

Why WhatsApp Won’t Let You Appear Offline

CYBER – Motherboard/VICE

Why you need to trust your VPN

Lock and Code – Malwarebytes

She’s Taking Jeff Bezos to Task

Sway – The New York Times

Coded Bias

Your Undivided Attention – Center for Humane Technology

📺 Videos

Beyond the Search: The Biases Inside Google’s Algorithms

NOVA PBS

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📰 Articoli

Il regolamento europeo sull’intelligenza artificiale non è abbastanza

Leila Belhadj Mohamed, Philip Di Salvo – The Submarine

Il Garante privacy ha detto no al riconoscimento facciale in tempo reale della polizia

Raffaele Angius – Wired Italia

C’è una proposta di legge per sospendere l’uso delle telecamere con riconoscimento facciale in Italia

Kevin Carboni – Wired Italia

Gambarogno, la videosorveglianza non è gradita

Serse Forni – LaRegione

🗞 Comunicati stampa

La proposta di Regolamento sull’AI della Commissione Europea dimostra esattamente il motivo per cui chiediamo un divieto della sorveglianza biometrica di massa

Centro Hermes

Riconoscimento facciale: Sari Real Time non è conforme alla normativa sulla privacy

Garante per la protezione dei dati personali (GPDP)

“Decreto riaperture”: gravi criticità per i “pass vaccinali”. Il Garante privacy invia un avvertimento formale al Governo

Garante per la protezione dei dati personali (GPDP)

📺 Video

Intercettare i giornalisti minaccia l’informazione

Roberto Saviano

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