EU Council looks to clarify product liability rules for software and AI

18/04/2023 | EURACTIV

The Council of the European Union has released a third draft of the compromise text updating the EU Product Liability Directive. The directive clarifies the rules whereby software developers would be held legally accountable for their products causing "material damage" to customers. The latest proposal aims to bring the EU product liability regime up to speed with technological developments, including artificial intelligence.

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