The State Duma proposed removing personal data leaks from the moratorium on business inspections, introduced in March 2022. The problem of leaks is extremely serious; The ban on inspections does not allow for a quick response to threats, says MP Alexander Khinshtein.

The State Duma proposed to remove the leak of personal data from the moratorium on inspections

Leaks of personal data may be exempt from the moratorium on business inspections. The corresponding bill was submitted to the State Duma on December 22 and the document was published in the legislative support system.

One of the authors of the bill is State Duma deputy Alexander Khinshtein. In his blog he wrote that the problem of leaks is extremely serious. Banning inspections does not allow for a rapid response to emerging threats, Khinshtein noted.

“In the first half of the year alone, the number of incidents of this type quadrupled: from 19 to 76. 177 million records with personal data of Russians were leaked onto the network,” the deputy specified.

In March 2022, a moratorium on unscheduled trade inspections was introduced in Russia. In December, the moratorium was extended until the end of 2024 with some exceptions, such as when inspections are carried out at high-risk facilities.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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