New rules for usage of personal data in Europe are so strict that few newcomers can comply with them. Great Britain re-applies for membership of the EU. Privacy violators find themselves unwelcome in apartments and hotels.


Most universities have suspended their research into AI, citing privacy fears as creating an unhelpful climate for scientific research. One science publication announces a new Winter of AI.

The collective DSPBs announce new rules for usage of personal data, which are so strict that few newcomers can comply with them. Among others they require a thoroughly reviewed security infrastructure, a separate privacy compliance department and on average at least five years of privacy awareness among all employees working with personal data. Further, a bond must be posted with the local DSPB to compensate for any privacy violations that may occur.


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