A complaint was filed with the Polish data protection authority against OpenAI, raising questions about the company's ability to comply with European privacy rules. The complaint, filed by security and privacy researcher Lukasz Olejnik, alleges that OpenAI is systematically violating the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in areas such as lawful basis, transparency, fairness, data access rights, and privacy by design.
The complaint also accuses OpenAI of acting in an untrustworthy and dishonest manner by failing to provide comprehensive details about how it has processed people's data.
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