A stricter regime for profiling07 June 2016
Russia Changes Effective Date of Data Localization Law to September 2015
Under the Data Localization Law, businesses collecting data of Russian citizens, including on the Internet, are obliged to record, systematize, accumulate, store, update, change, and retrieve the personal data of Russian citizens in databases located within the territory of the Russian Federation.
There still have not yet been any official clarifications by Roskomnadzor, the Russian Data Protection Authority, on how it will interpret some of the broader terms of the law, but we will publish any as they come available. For unofficial insights on the Data Localization Law from Roskomnadzor's November conference on personal data protection please see our previous Data Privacy Alert. And for more information on the law’s requirements, please see our recent webinar and slide deck on the law.
The Regulation aims to strengthen the rights of individuals. It does so by retaining rights that already exist under the Data Protection Directive and introducing the new rights of data...06 June 2016
Grounds for processing03 June 2016