There has been a lot of fuss about the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), especially after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But here we address another aspect of these regulations: do these laws apply to those who film in traffic, with a dashcam or other devices? Let's see what can be found in this regard in the next section.
GPDR means the General Regulation for Data Protection, and it entered into force on May 4, 2016. In short, it refers to the protection of personal data in the online environment, or in the event of registrations. Effects of this legislation can also be seen in the use of on-board cameras. Let's explore this topic in more detail:
What does GDPR mean?
General Data Protection Regulation is a set of regulations related to the law in the European Union and the European Economic Area, in order to protect the privacy of all citizens living in this geographical and economic area. It aims, through it, to protect the control of individuals over their own data, but also to simplify the legislation related to the international business environment.