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Upcoming Webinar on Russian Data Localization Law

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

21 October 2014
On Tuesday, October 28, Natalia Gulyaeva of Hogan Lovells’ Moscow office and Bret Cohen of our Washington, D.C. office will host a complimentary webinar outlining implications for businesses of the new Russian data localization law. The law, which may come into effect as early as January 2015, requires that data “operators” – organizations that process personal data of Russian citizens, including providers of Internet-based services – store the personal data of Russian citizens on databases located in the country.
Upcoming Webinar on Russian Data Localization Law

The webinar will focus on the following:

  • what companies, data, and databases are covered by the law;
  • the process used by Russian regulators to enforce the law;
  • consequences for violations;
  • the practical risk of enforcement; and
  • implications for multi-national companies doing business in Russia.

To RSVP for Hogan Lovells' Russian data localization law webinar, click here.

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