An OpenAI spokesperson has said that ChatGPT has been restored in Italy, according to CGTN.
Previously, Italy said it would temporarily ban ChatGPT from its territory based on the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law.
Subsequently, OpenAI submitted a remedy for the ChatGPT ban in Italy, promising to handle user data more transparently.
As previously reported, OpenAI was asked to inform Italian users of the “methodology and logic” behind the processing of data needed to run ChatGPT. It also asked OpenAI to provide tools that would allow those involved in the data (including non-users) to request that inaccurate personal data generated by the service be corrected or, if that is not possible, that it be deleted.
OpenAI should also allow non-users to object to the processing of their personal data to run its algorithms “in a simple and easy way,” Garante said. It also asked the company to roll out an age verification system by the end of September that would exclude users under 13 from accessing