Data Protection in Georgia

Data Protection in Georgia

by BK Agency



Georgia adopted the Data Protection Act on 28 December 2011, which serves as the fundamental legal framework for data processing and protection activities in Georgia. The Data Protection Act reflects Georgia’s commitment to the 2005 Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data. Several legal acts contribute to the data protection framework in Georgia. Additionally, the Data Protection Act was impacted by the Data Protection Directive (GDPR). The report on data protection in Georgia will offer a comprehensive overview of the data protection framework in Georgia, the mechanisms used, and the impact of the General Data Protection Directive (GDPR) on Georgian data protection legislation and Georgian business activities in Europe. 

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