Russia fines for Facebook fines to provide information on user data

The news agency Interfax has said that these legal proceedings have started after the complaint of Roskomnadzor of the telecom watchdog of the country. This Friday, 12 April, the Moscow court upheld Facebook's 3,000 ruble '$ 47' for refusing to give information about the localization of the personal data of Russian users of the service in the Russian Federation.


ts federal law No. 242-FZ was adopted in December 2014. It was effective from 1 September 2015. After the failure of Facebook to comply with Russia's Data Localization Act, Roskomnadzor has filed a complaint. However these officers rarely have implemented this law. This is according to a ZDNet report. It is in accordance with this law of all companies.


These figures should be stored at the store or on Russian servers based on the Russian borders. It is the Interfax of the Russian news agency, who for the first time reported that this Facebook has not represented itself in the court. LinkedIn restrictions in Russia this year was the most high profile matter under this law.

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14.04.2019 16:13

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14.04.2019 16:49