Lidings Experts Speak at Legal Risk Management Conference
7th Annual Legal Risk Management conference will take place in Moscow 18-19 November 2021. The event is organized by Dialog Management. Lidings lawyers will take an active part in the event’s program.
Lidings Bolsters its Tax and Customs Practice With Hire of the New Counsel
Chambers Digital Healthcare 2021 Global Practice Guide
The Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation clarified that the prohibition of the publication of personal data of a medical worker by an online publication should not violate the users’ right to receive information about the quality of services pro
In a Resolution dated May 25, 2021, when examining the complaint of MedReyting LLC, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation clarified the procedure for applying para. 8, part 1, art. 6 of the Federal Law "On Personal Data", according to which the processing of personal data is necessary for the professional activity of a journalist and (or) the legitimate activity of the mass media or scientific, literary or other creative activities, provided that the rights and legitimate interests of the subject of personal data are not violated.
Written consent to personal data processing: a new approach of Draft Law № 992331-7
Currently the Draft Law No. 992331-7 is considered by the Russian Federation State Duma. Perhaps it is the most anticipated document in the field of personal data since the proposed changes in 152-FZ are designed to reduce the number of pain points for both operators and consultants in the information protection sphere.
Facebook and Twitter fined for violation of requirements for the personal data localization
At the end of 2019, Federal Law No. 405-FZ entered into force. This act has significantly increased administrative liability for violations of the requirements on the localization of databases containing personal data of Russian nationals. We already wrote about this amendment earlier.
Liability for non-compliance with the requirements on the localization of personal data of Russian nationals to become more stringent
On December 2, 2019, Federal Law No. 405-FZ entered into force. This act significantly increases administrative liability for violations of the requirements on the localization of databases containing personal data of Russian nationals. The localization requirement was first introduced into the Russian legislation in 2014 and imposed an obligation to locate servers with the personal data of Russian nationals only in the territory of the Russian Federation.