June 11, 2024, 2:01 a.m. | /u/According-Ad3533

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https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2024/06/ai-trained-on-photos-from-kids-entire-childhood-without-their-consent/

Brazil's "new policy should prohibit scraping children’s personal data into AI systems, given the privacy risks involved and the potential for new forms of misuse as the technology evolves," HRW recommended. "It should also prohibit the nonconsensual digital replication or manipulation of children’s likenesses. And it should provide children who experience harm with mechanisms to seek meaningful justice and remedy." And Brazil's General Personal Data Protection Law should be updated to adopt "additional, comprehensive safeguards for children’s data privacy," …

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