Russian parliament to raise fines for those storing personal data abroad

Wednesday 11 September 2019 | 09:55 CET | News

Russian parliament has proposed a legal amendment that would see the increase of fines for parties storing abroad the personal data of Russian citizens, reports Tdaily.ru. If the amendment adopted, the maximum fine imposed could go to RUB 18 million. 

The lower chamber of the parliament already approved the draft law during the first reading.

The size of the fine would total RUB 30,000-50,000 for private persons, RUB 200,000-500,000 for officials, and RUB 2-6 million for legal entities. 

The size of the fines for repeated actions would go higher.

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Countries: Russian Federation
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