Journal №2
Processing of Personal Data Through the Use of Drones (Review of International Standards and Compliance with Georgian Legislation)
∘ Saba Elizbarashvili ∘


Video recording represents one of the most pervasive forms of data processing. The advancement of modern technologies, including drone aerial photography systems, has introduced a host of new challenges concerning the protection of personal data. The accessibility and user-friendliness of drones enable individuals to process personal data of a considerable number of subjects, thereby significantly increasing the risk of violating the provisions outlined in Georgia's existing and forthcoming laws “on Personal Data Protection”. The paper examines the standards established for the legality of drone data processing and offers relevant recommendations to data controllers.

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