clyde & c0 – Data Protection, Privacy and Drones


Drones have long been considered as "eyes in the sky" with all but the most basic consumer models routinely equipped with some form of camera for still or video image capture. More advanced surveillance technologies can combine a sophisticated camera drone's high-quality audiovisual recording and storage capabilities with data analytics tools such as facial recognition software, gait analysis and other biometric assessment techniques to identify individuals for targeted observation. The size and manoeuvrability of drones enables them to monitor individuals at a distance and to follow and track targets, potentially without the knowledge of the person that is subject to surveillance.

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