As the EU turns to the regulation of artificial intelligence through transparency, a critical perspective is more needed than ever, Ida Koivisto argues.
Transparency all but falls off the Presidency agenda of openness-loving Sweden.
Universal expressions of outrage are swiftly followed by calls for greater transparency.
On 28 September, the General Court delivered its judgment in the access to documents case of Professor Leino-Sandberg against the European Parliament. The final judgment of this multiple-year, multiple-judgment litigation saga is discussed by Anastasia Karatzia.