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The Orbiting Big Brother: Air And Space Surveillance And Privacy Rights  15.05.2020 10:27

The Orbiting Big Brother: Air And Space Surveillance And Privacy Rights by Dr. G.V. Ashok (India), member of the IASL International Advisory Council (an article on regulating privacy concerns around remote sensing activities)

In the world of real estate, it is ubiquitous to find real estate agents skilled at assessing the price of a real estate asset in a locality, by combining data from past transactions of land occurring in that locality with the data about the size of the real estate asset and the nature of the building constructed on it. However, in the exercise of the realtor's formidable professional judgement also lies a threat to the privacy of the real estate asset's owner, who stands to have a very sensitive piece of information about him, viz., his financial worth compromised unwittingly by a real estate agent he doesn't even know, let alone trust. In the 21st century, by replacing the realtor with a drone operator or a satellite image processor combining remote sensing data with data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques, privacy concerns have multiplied manifold due to the resulting computing power. As an unprecedented privacy problem statement, there is some ambiguity on how remote sensing data can be regulated. By stitching together international and domestic legal concepts, this article argues that raw remote sensing data (hereinafter referred to as "remote sensing data") of a land asset ought not to be subjected to stringent privacy regulations and must instead be treated as "publicly available data"...



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