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The EU Approves the Cyber Solidarity Act to Strengthen European Cybersecurity

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The European Parliament and Council have reached a political agreement on the Cyber Solidarity Act, which was created to enhance the EU’s capabilities to...
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EU Countries Approve AI Law

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Representatives of the EU member states voted in favor of a proposal to make artificial intelligence subject to stricter rules. When speaking about “artificial intelligence”,...
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Human Rights Groups Oppose EU’s AI Act

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The EU has proposed a law to regulate AI, but human rights activists warn that it won’t be enough to protect the public from...
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EU Armies to Collaborate and Test AI Battle Tech

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The European Commission (EC) signed an agreement to launch the Land Tactical Collaborative Combat (LATACC), bringing together around 34 companies and research institutions to...
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Bluetooth Trackers Used for Crime

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Bluetooth trackers are useful for finding your phone, your keys, or your luggage. They do so by emitting a Bluetooth signal (that varies from...
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EU’s AI Regulation Agreement Makes History

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The EU has reached a historic agreement on the world's first comprehensive AI regulation, legislation dubbed the "AI Act" that paves the way for...
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International Criminal Court Are Investigating an Unprecedented Cyberattack

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The International Criminal Court (ICC) has reportedly fallen victim to a sophisticated cyberattack suspected to be an espionage operation. The court has taken mitigating...
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Bomb Detection by Robots and AI

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The European Defense Agency (EDA) has successfully demonstrated how artificial intelligence and unmanned systems can work together to detect explosives and improvised explosive devices...
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EU Warns About the Weaponization of These 4 Technologies

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The European Commission will reportedly investigate the risks associated with the possible weaponization of four crucial technologies by adversaries. These “potentially dangerous” technologies are semiconductors,...
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EU Surveillance Tech Bans Supported by Rights Advocates

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Rights advocates call for the ban of various forms of biometric surveillance, predictive policing, and “harmful” uses of AI in migration control in the...
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Europol Reveals Top Cyberthreat

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A new threat report from Europol states that malware-based ransomware cyberattacks have been a major threat, and that ransomware affiliate programs have established themselves...
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Space Force Offering Europe Protection from Anti-Satellite Attacks

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Chief of space operations Gen. Chance Saltzman expressed his support for defending European allied satellites against attacks and even warned that any destruction of...
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European Experts Urge EU to Rethink AI Legislation

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Over a hundred European companies are urging the European Union to rethink its world-leading rules for AI regulation, saying they will impede companies in Europe when...
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EU to Vote on AI Regulation Laws

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AI and AI-based tools are here, they are everywhere, and they are here to stay. There have been many calls for some regulation on...
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Expect Strict Regulations On Face ID

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The use of live facial recognition (LFR) both in law enforcement and for other purposes is regulated, albeit controversial. Facial recognition technology clearly involves...
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Unbelieveble Search and Rescue – All The Way From Norway

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The capabilities of the CAMCOPTER S-100 unmanned air vehicle have been recently demonstrated on board a Norwegian coast guard vessel. S-100 is a Vertical...
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Tightening Cyber Security

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While cyber criminals are constantly changing their tactics, legislation and standardization often take years, leaving law enforcement efforts without substantial countermeasures. Now, Europe is...
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New Encryption Method To Fight Crime

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The Council of the European Union is on the lookout for secure encryption and lawful data access. The organization has adopted a resolution calling...
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Belgium Utilizes Unexpected Technology for Nuclear Detection

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The nuclear sector can now rely upon the assistance of unmanned aircraft to carry out radiological measurements without any human intervention. In contrast to...
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Europe Invests In Safe Air Traffic

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Moving towards autonomy, unmanned aerial vehicles rely heavily on advanced collision avoidance systems. A European collision-avoidance project for drones wants to replicate the human...
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Europe’s Stance on Cyber Defense Is Cruicial

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Cybersecurity has been recognized by NATO as a field of operations in recent years. In Europe, ECYSAP (European Platform for Cyber Situational Awareness) is...
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Cyber Arena in Eastern Europe – Organized Vs. Vigilante Efforts

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The U.S. military said it dispatched a cyber team to Lithuania to expose malign activity and strengthen the country’s networks amid mounting Russian aggression...

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“Responsible AI” – The Solution to the Deepfake Threat?

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Several months ago, thousands of Democratic New Hampshire voters received a telephone call from none other than US President Joe Biden urging them not...