Nascent OECD work to identify principles on government access to data for law enforcement and national security purposes can have important normative significance but also faces political hurdles.
Theodore Christakis is a professor of international and European law and chair on Legal and Regulatory Implications of Artificial Intelligence (ai-regulation.com) at the University Grenoble Alpes (France) and director of research for Europe with the Cross-Border Data Forum.
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