Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: OSINT

  • Criticism over research: EU Commission funds platform to predict „migration flows“

    Criticism over research: EU Commission funds platform to predict „migration flows“

    In an Open Letter, eleven organisations criticise the creation of an infrastructure for predictive migration technologies. The tool, which is also supposed to anticipate „tensions“, is based on „artificial intelligence“. It could therefore contradict a forthcoming EU regulation. To prevent or at least control unwanted migration, the European Union has various tools at its disposal […]

  • Clearview AI: What does Interpol use face recognition for?

    Clearview AI: What does Interpol use face recognition for?

    The International Police Organisation is developing a system to identify unknown persons by facial images. Interpol stores photos and videos from Internet service providers and other companies in a separate database. Interpol has also been using Clearview services for face recognition. The US company Clearview AI has collected around three billion personal images from the […]

  • Europol Study: Disclosure of electronic evidence often fails due to incompetence of authorities

    Europol Study: Disclosure of electronic evidence often fails due to incompetence of authorities

    The planned EU e-Evidence regulation is intended to force Internet service providers to cooperate more with police and judicial authorities. However, a survey shows that the companies already comply with their requests voluntarily. But they are often incorrect and thus rejected. The police from Germany, France and Great Britain request by far the most data […]

  • German federal states test police software with Palantir function

    German federal states test police software with Palantir function

    For police investigations, publicly available data on the Internet plays an important role. The information is also used more intensively in everyday police work and combined with information from several police databases. Under the name SENTINEL, German police authorities from three federal states have tested new software for „mission management“. During an investigation, the application […]