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Insights | Health Towards safe, ethical, and legal genomic data sharing  Many of today’s most cutting-edge medical innovations incorporate genomic data, which is usually drawn from the analysis of a person’s DNA. Genomic data offers personalised insights, such as an individual’s predisposition towards certain diseases, but also contains sensitive information such as family history, ethnicity, […]

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Get the latest insights from Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation and research teams. Insights | Climate, Environment and Energy Wildfire risk management – collaborations for a more resilient future As climate change heats up, so does wildfire risk across Europe. There are many projects and organisations […]

ICO’s Warning Relating to Cookie Compliance

In November 2023, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) released a statement warning certain popular websites to make cookie changes. This statement comes after a preliminary search conducted by the ICO revealed that websites continue to present targeted advertisements.   The statement issued by the ICO stated that it has written to the organisations that control the […]

The AI Pact: Shaping together a Trustworthy AI Future

2023 closed with a boom for AI regulation in the European Union.  On December 8, after six months of negotiations, the Parliament and the Council reached a provisional agreement on the text and rules that will comprise the EU AI Act. This is an important milestone for the AI Act journey, moving the Regulation a […]

CJEU Clarifies Conditions and Criteria for Imposing and Calculating Fines under GDPR

On the 5th of December 2023, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) delivered two judgments (cases C-807/21 and C683/21) shedding light on the conditions and criteria for imposing and calculating fines for a breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).   In case C-807/21, the Higher Regional Court of Berlin sought CJEU’s guidance […]

Agreement reached on EU AI Act text: summary of key changes

Over the last few months, the future of the world’s first comprehensive piece of AI legislation has been hanging in the balance. While an early version of the EU’s AI Act was largely agreed, last minute innovations, including Generative AI like Chat-GPT, called the efficacy of some of the text into question. This included questions […]

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Get the latest insights from Trilateral in our new monthly article, featuring the latest developments from across our innovation and research teams. Insights | Ethics, Human Rights and Emerging Technologies Pioneering Ethical Horizons: Trilateral’s work in Policy and Innovation In the EU funded TechEthos project , our team, Dr Anaïs Resseguier (Research Manager), Julie Vinders […]

Law Enforcement Technology Symposium: Trilateral showcases sociotech solutions

On 7-8 December 2023, Trilateral’s Law Enforcement and Community Safeguarding cluster brought TRACE and other EU funded projects together for the first Law Enforcement Technology Symposium, which took place at the Louwman Museum in the Hague, Netherlands. The museum celebrates innovative design, and the research event showcased the advances of eight policing-related projects covering money […]

The Online Safety Act (UK): Contents, Implementation, and Compliance

The controversial Online Safety Act (OSA) came into force as UK law on 26th October, presenting online service providers with new obligations to prevent and remove harmful content from their platforms. The regulator, Ofcom, has received enhanced enforcement powers and published its implementation approach with envisaged timelines for each stage. Organisations of any size providing […]