Privacy Policy

Euronews Georgia is committed to protecting your personal information. This privacy policy aims to help you to understand what information we may collect about you and how we use it.

This privacy policy applies to anyone who uses any services of Euronews Georgia available online including Euronews Georgia website, program and/or software applications that allow you to access watch and/or listen to Euronews Georgia content on your device (hereinafter referred as “Euronews Georgia Online Services”).

Please carefully review this Privacy Policy and more generally our Terms of use relating to our services. Your use of Euronews Georgia website signifies your consent to our Privacy Policy and tour Terms of Use.

  1. Personal data

1.1 Personal information you provide to us and we collect

When you use Euronews Georgia Online Services we may receive or collect personal information about you.

Personal information you provide to us:
Indeed, by using Euronews Georgia Online Services you may provide to us voluntary registration information such as your email address.

In particular, when you sign up to Euronews Georgia which enables you to receive a newsletter according to your own choice, you provide your email address. Or, you may provide your e-mail address to participate in our interactive programs.

Besides, when you use Euronews Georgia applications you may agree to give us geolocation data in order to benefit from the functioning of a News map.

Personal information we collect:
In addition, we collect, by default, standard data such as your IP address or additional data like anonymous labels, through labels and information provided by OS in order to understand how Euronews Georgia Online Services are being used or to benefit from push notification.

1.2 How we use your personal information

We use your personal information notably to: allow you to benefit from Euronews Georgia Online Services;

When you view our video content on the Site, you may watch it using a number of video players we utilize globally.


  • YouTube API One of those players is the unbranded version of YouTube video player developed by Google Ireland Ltd, which acts as a separate and independent data controller to offer you the best experience by watching our video content. This may involve processing of your personal data. Please read YouTube’s Terms of Service since by watching our videos hosted by YouTube, you agree to be bound by those Terms of Service.

To understand how Google may use your personal data collected based on cookies or other technology when watching our videos, please read Google’s privacy policy.

How do we use your Personal Data from YouTube and external video players?

Euronews Georgia only uses aggregated personal data from the YouTube API by virtue of a legitimate interest to establish statistics on our video content and their performance. Euronews Georgia needs to employ external video players to display its video content as a media. This is necessary to ensure an optimum user viewing experience. After weighing our legitimate interest mentioned above against your fundamental rights and freedoms, we believe that our legitimate interest does not override your fundamental rights and freedoms and that such legitimate interest can be reasonably expected by you when you watch news content on our website. Euronews Georgia does not use aggregated personal data to re-identify you or for any marketing purposes.

ensure an easier browsing on our website; provide you target ad serving services (for further information referred to our cookie policy); send push notifications on your Euronews Georgia apps; enable operation of our analysis tool. Indeed, this analysis tool enables us to measure and analyze information with regard to your use of our Euronews Georgia Online Services. We can then put this information in favor of a better efficiency of our Euronews Georgia Online Services and accordingly increase the quality of our services.


1.3 The measures to protect your personal information

We will keep your information confidential except when disclosure is required by law or for technical purposes. Indeed, your personal information can be transmitted to suppliers of technology and services to ensure the optimum operation of Euronews Georgia Online Services. For example, this is effectively the case when you share an article via a third-party application like Facebook or Twitter. We hold your personal information for as long it appears necessary to ensure effective operation of our Euronews Georgia Online Services.


Euronews Georgia only processes your personal data for the purposes described below, it does not divulge them for other purposes.

Our main objective is to collect and use only the information we believe is necessary for the performance of Euronews Georgia Online Services in order to better understand your interests and improve your experience of using our online services.


1.4 Legal framework: right of access, modification and suppression


The applicable legal framework is Georgian legal framework, i.e. Georgia law on Protecting Personal Data;

You can exercise this right by sending a letter to the following address:
In addition, if you have any questions or comments on our Privacy Policy, you may contact us by sending us email.