Italy's data protection authority has temporarily banned the use of ChatGPT, a popular AI service from Microsoft-backed OpenAI, in the country while it investigates the US company's collection of personal data during a recent cybersecurity breach, among other concerns.
The move reflects a growing concern among policymakers and experts about the potential risks posed by AI services and their voracious appetite for user data.
The ban was prompted by a recent breach that exposed the personal information of ChatGPT users, including their names, addresses, credit card types and expiration dates.
From Computing (U.K.)
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