Ministry of Communications suggests storing antiterrorist Yarovaya’s law data for no more than a month
The Ministry is considering the idea that the law would be gradually entering into force within 3 to 5 years.
The Ministry of Communications and Mass Media proposed to reduce the storage period of users' data under 'Yarovaya’s law', Ministry Head Nikolai Nikiforov announced at the forum Open Innovations 2017.
He did not specify the gist of the Ministry's proposal, but noted that it implies storing the data "within one month". Nikiforov estimated the costs the operators would bear storing the information would "on average" be tens of billions of rubles.
Previously, Nikiforov had said that the Ministry was considering the idea that the law would be gradually entering into force within 3 to 5 years.
The antiterrorist package of laws introduced by deputy Irina Yarovaya and senator Viktor Ozerov obliges cellular operators and providers to store user data within six months. The law will enter into force on July 1, 2018.
Accountant of psychoneurological dispensary governed by wife of Nizhnevartovsk Mayor locked up in mental health institution. She could be aware of financial frauds
A broken door, people in medical uniform, sirens – this is how a Monday evening has ended for a female resident of Nizhnevartovsk. A medical crew arrived to the former accountant of the municipal psychoneurological dispensary and forcibly took the woman to the mental health institution. The bookkeeper could be aware of financial frauds committed in the dispensary whose Chief Physician is the wife of the Nizhnevartovsk Mayor. The investigators have questions to all participants of the incident. The CrimeRussia was figuring out who could be interested in the emergency hospitalization of the accountant.
According to Sobesednik, in 2014, the President’s former guard and Governor of Tula region got an apartment in a block near the Pushkin museum. Similar apartment in the same block was up for sale for 1 billion rubles ($15 million).