First complaints in France against ChatGPT
The Council of State does not impose measures on the identification of police officers
The Council of State refused Wednesday, April 5 to impose on the Ministry of the Interior to enforce the obligation made to the police and gendarmes to wear their individual identification number, says RIO, in intervention. This obligation, in force since 2014, would not be respected by many civil servants, preventing their identification in the event of slippage, according to human rights organizations heard on April 3 at the Council of State. The instruction showed that the wearing of the RIO had “not been respected on different occasions”, “in particular during operations to maintain order”, but did not make it possible to determine “the extent” of the phenomenon, considered marginal by Place Beauvau.