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Russia wants to raise fines for the dissemination of personal data

Russia wants to raise fines for the dissemination of personal data
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State Duma deputies have prepared a bill to increase fines for officials for disclosing personal data. The punishment can increase tenfold.

According to RIA News, the initiative has already been supported by the Cabinet. According to one of the co-authors of the document, head of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Vasily Piskarev, now fines for citizens range from 500 rubles to one thousand rubles. Officials for the dissemination of personal data can receive a fine from four to five thousand rubles.

The authors of the bill believe that the punishment should be more severe. The amount of fines for citizens should be increased to four to five thousand rubles, and for officials - up to 40-50 thousand rubles.

The deputy also added that the amounts of fines existing today do not stop violators. At the same time, damage from such crimes can cause significant damage to citizens, up to millions of rubles.

 

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