Ministry of Communications named data that users should provide to Federal Security Service
The list includes: nickname, surname, name and middle name, passport and contact information.
The Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications published the list of data which users will be ought to provide to the authorized public authorities which conduct operational search activities or provide safety of Russia. The press service of the ministry reports about it.
The list includes nickname, surname, name and middle name, passport data, phone and e-mail, IP address and also information on payments, location, record of calls.
The data will be taken from the social networks VKontakte, Odnoklassniki and also the Yandex portals, Rambler&Co, and the Telegram messenger.
To recall, the law according to which the Internet companies will be obliged to store information on the facts of reception and data transfer during at least one year, and telecom operators — three years comes into effect on July 1, 2018.
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