OpenAI in talks with Irish DPC about GDPR main established status

02/01/2024 | TechCrunch

In an email sent on 28 December, OpenAI informed users of its ChatGPT service in the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland that the company is preparing to move the legal entity providing services to users in the region to OpenAI Ireland Limited. The new terms of use will come into effect on 15 February 2024. The move is seen as an attempt to reduce regulatory risk. A spokesperson for the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) confirmed OpenAI are engaged with the DPC and other EU DPAs about obtaining main establishment status for its Dublin-based office under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) one-stop-shop (OSS) mechanism.

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