5 Ways ChatGPT Could be Violating Privacy Rights

ChatGPT, along with other generative AI tools, relies on huge and varied data sources, but concerns are rising that it may have cast its net too wide and/or dug too deeply into personal information.

This infographic from Surfshark identifies five areas where ChatGPT may have violated privacy rights, including collecting data without a legal basis to do so. The tool also could find itself in legal hot water over its inability to confirm the true ages of users, leaving children under 13 vulnerable, as well as its failure to ask for proof of parental consent, which is required of children aged 13 to 18.

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