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6 December 2022

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Joint statement: The EU AI Act must protect people on the move

In its current form, the AI Act does not adequately address and prevent harms stemming from the use of AI in the migration context. Today, AlgorithmWatch together with 191 organizations and individuals are sending a decisive signal to EU decision-makers: ensure the protection of human rights of people on the move!

How the German government decided not to protect people against the risks of AI

Open Letter: EU must protect fundamental freedoms for online political speech

Open letter: the German government should stand up for a strong ban on biometric surveillance in the Council of EU negotiations regarding the AI Act  

Civil society responds to the Council of Europe Treaty on AI

Civil society open letter demands to ensure fundamental rights protections in the Council position on the AI Act

EU rules for AI have some distance to go

Our statement on the draft AI Act to the German government and public

Our response to the EDPB’s guidelines on facial recognition in law enforcement

Open Letter: Big Tech won’t respect the new Digital Markets Act unless it can be enforced

Submission to the UN report on the right to privacy in the digital age

Members of the European Parliament could protect us from biometric surveillance – if they wanted to

Civil society reacts to EP AI Act draft Report

A Milestone in the AI Act negotiations

The Digital Services Act: EU sets a new standard for platform accountability

AlgorithmWatch’s demands for improving the AI Act

Joint Statement ahead of negotiations on legal framework on AI in the Council of Europe

DSA trilogues in the endgame: Policymakers must prioritize platform transparency

Algorithmic Discrimination – How to adjust German anti-discrimination law

Joint Civil Society Briefing for the Digital Services Act Trilogues

AlgorithmWatch signs statement on ban of predictive policing in the Artificial Intelligence Act

Human rights and activities of tech companies: Governments must act

Automated Decision-Making Systems in the Public Sector – Some Recommendations

Joint Statement on Stakeholder Inclusion in the Code of Practice on Disinformation Revision Process

DSA milestone: EU lawmakers have responded to our calls for meaningful transparency for big tech

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