Jul 202011
 July 20, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Boris Segalis writes:

Last week, the upper house of Russia’s federal legislature approved amendments to the country’s federal data protection law. The amendments impose detailed information security requirements on businesses that process personal data and revise some of the statute’s data subject consent provisions.The amended law will come into force when it is published in the official newsletter.

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