In Russia, the maximum fines for telecom operators have increased

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law that increases the maximum fine for telecom operators for failure to comply with the requirements of Roskomnadzor regarding the restriction or restoration of access to information. The document is posted on the portal of legal information.

According to the adopted changes, in case of failure to comply with the instructions of the supervisory authority to restrict or restore access to Internet content, a legal entity can be fined from 500 thousand to 4 million rubles. The size of the fine for officials ranges from 30,000 to 250,000 rubles.

Earlier, for such violations, officials could be fined up to 30,000 rubles, legal entities — up to 500 thousand rubles.

Fines for search engines will also increase, which will not comply with the requirement to inform users about the use of coercive measures against foreign citizens, legal entities, organizations.

Formerly a court in the Russian Federation fined Apple for the first time for refusing to localize the data of Russians.

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