The Ministry of Economy proposed extending the experimental legal regime (RPE) to data processing projects. The modifications corresponding to the government decree of December 18, 2020 on innovation are proposed.

The Ministry of Economy proposed to use the EPR mechanism in data processing projects

EPR is a special regime that overrides the general regulation while digital innovations are tested.

The ministry believes that the scope of data processing should be placed in the so-called digital sandbox, as this will help solve the problem of obtaining the consent of the data owner to depersonalize it.

Such a measure will provide companies with the opportunity to test products that, in particular, are related to the commercial use of big data technologies, the essence of the initiative at the Ministry of Economy explained to Kommersant.

According to Karen Kazaryan, head of analysis at ANO Tsifrovaya ekonomika, the issue of commercial data intermediaries is currently being resolved at the EPR level. Prospects for state data brokers are seen as part of the work of the Ministry of Digital Development on the so-called data lake.

Sergey Plugotarenko, CEO of ANO Tsifrovaya ekonomika, believes that the launch of the EPR will make it possible to understand how effective the work of data brokers can be. It is assumed that with the help of it it will be possible to regulate the processing of anonymized data without written consent. Thus, it will be possible to increase the volume of consents for each request, clarifies Sergei Plugotarenko.

Earlier, the Economy Ministry spoke about plans to simplify the procedure for establishing an EPR. The department proposes to reduce the time for considering applications, as well as soften the requirements for companies and individual entrepreneurs.

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Source: RB

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