Privacy rights in Georgia

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Privacy rights in Georgia are guaranteed by the constitution from 1995 with a revision in 2013.

Right to Privacy in Georgia

ARTICLE 20

1. Every individual's private life, home, personal papers, correspondence, communication by telephone, and by other technical means, including messages received through other technical means, shall be inviolable. The above rights may be restricted only by a court decision, or in absence of a court decision, if urgently necessary, as provided for by law.

2. No one shall have the right to enter a place of residence or other possessions against the will of possessors, nor conduct a search unless there is a court decision or urgent necessity provided for by law.