Mintsifra: Project on turnover penalties for data leaks to be tentatively agreed by March
MOSCOW, February 10 – RIA Novosti. Maksut Shadayev, head of the Ministry of Digital Development, told reporters that the text of the draft law on turnover penalties for leaking personal data will be agreed before the end of February.
“When it’s ready. … I think by the end of February the main text will be pre-agreed on. … Negotiations with the deputies are now underway,” Shadayev said. will be ready.
In mid-January, Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the Cabinet of Ministers to consider imposing endorsement penalties on companies that leaked personal data. Deadline – July 1, 2023; Responsible – Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
At that time, the Ministry of Digital Development noted that the draft law on turnover penalties was being worked on and all proposals received were being evaluated. In December last year, the department recommended a fine commensurate with the amount of data entering the network for the first breach and a negotiable fine for a second breach. Now the maximum fine for a business for data leakage is 500 thousand rubles.
At the end of November, Shadayev announced that the Ministry of Digital Development was proposing to introduce a rule that one of the main factors mitigating the turnover penalty for a company that leaked personal data would be at least pre-trial compensation for damages. two-thirds of affected citizens.
I am Emma Sickels, a highly experienced journalist specializing in news and economy. As an author at News Unrolled, I cover the latest trends in the economic sector and provide readers with valuable insights into its complexities. My work has been featured in various media outlets such as The New York Times, USA Today, Bloomberg Businessweek and many more.