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Law and technology for the drone industry

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by Joanna Wieczorek, law firm SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak i Wspólnicy


In recent years, globally, and also in Poland, we can observe a huge growth in the sale of unmanned aerial vehicles  (UAVs or drones) and an increasing interest of individuals and companies willing to use them for their business or private use.

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