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 Meta halts European AI model deployment at Irish request.

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Meta Platforms has decided to temporarily halt its Meta AI models in Europe after the recommendation of the Irish Privacy Commission to delay the plan of merging Facebook and Instagram data.
Meta took action in response to the complaints and requests made by NOYB to data protection authorities in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Spain.

Meta plans to utilize personal data for training its AI models without obtaining permission, contradicting its assertion that it will solely rely on publicly accessible and licensed web data.
The Irish privacy authorities advised Meta on Friday to postpone training its large language models (LLMs) using content that adult users on Facebook and Instagram have made publicly accessible.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), which serves as our primary regulator on behalf of the European Data Protection Authorities (DPAs), requested something that the company expressed its displeasure with. This disappointment stems from the fact that we have already taken into account regulatory feedback and have kept the European DPAs informed since March, as mentioned in a recent blog post.

Meta stated that it currently lacks the ability to introduce Meta AI in Europe.
The DPC expressed approval of Meta’s decision to stop after engaging in a thorough discussion with the regulatory body.
Meta announced that the postponed implementation of its AI models will allow it to fulfill ICO demands.

My objective is to achieve that.

The ICO commended Meta’s decision and affirmed its commitment to monitor major generative AI companies, including Meta, in order to assess their protective measures and preserve the information rights of UK users.
Max Schrems, the chairman of NOYB, attributed Meta’s temporary suspension to the concerns raised last week.
This commitment has not been legally binding, as no official meta-privacy policy amendment has been made. He suggested that our cases should be determined.

 

 


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