Italy bans ChatGPT

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This article was last updated on March 31, 2023

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Italy bans ChatGPT

The Italian watchdog, GPDP, has banned the use of ChatGPT in Italy due to privacy violations. OpenAI, the chatbot’s developer, has been found non-compliant with rules governing the collection of personal data, and the watchdog reports that the company fails to adequately explain what data is collected and how it is used. Additionally, there are no mechanisms in place to verify the ages of minor users. Italian law permits only children aged 13 and over to use ChatGPT.

The regulator has also noted a recent data breach that exposed users’ payment details and the questions they had asked the chatbot. OpenAI has been given 20 days to implement measures to address these issues, failing which it could face fines of up to 20 million euros or 4 percent of annual turnover.

ChatGPT is an AI-powered chatbot that can engage in conversations and answer questions, including providing recommendations for outings and helping students with their homework

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