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ChatGPT breaks EU privacy rules, Italian regulator says.

Italy’s data protection watchdog is giving OpenAI 30 days to respond to a new set of findings that claims the company is breaking data privacy laws in the EU. The agency didn’t disclose specific complaints, but it briefly banned ChatGPT in the country last year over claims it unlawfully collected users’ data.

In a statement provided to TechCrunch, OpenAI said it believes its practices “align with GDPR and other privacy laws,” adding that it actively works “to reduce personal data in training our systems like ChatGPT.”