in Osservatorio sulle fonti n. 2/2021
The worldwide circulation and constant exchange of personal data entails the need for rules that ensure a high degree of protection for the fundamental rights of the individual. Especially when the processing of personal data involves automated decisions. Particular principles and determined rules must be observed unequivocally in order to avoid discrimination, biases and possible abuses. In this respect, it should be noted that some GDPR rules offer promising starting points for new interpretations. However, the EU Regulation approach could present some significant limitations.