Dutch privacy group calls for investigation into Palantir due to privacy concerns
According to ComputerWeekly, the Dutch privacy group SOMI is calling for an investigation into the activities of controversial data analytics firm Palantir across the EU. SOMI argues that Palantir and European agencies using its technology have not shared information on how the company accesses citizens’ data, who uses it, and what for. The public complaint points to possible violations of the EU’s GDPR.
This article was published on Geneva Internet Platform on 16 November 2020.
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