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The Yarovaya Law has Entered into Force
11.07.2018 12:42
The Yarovaya Law has Entered into Force

 The “Yarovaya law” has entered into force. Beginning from July 1, 2018, communication operators are required to store the content of user messages during 6 months after their delivery or reception.

      Now communication operators are required to store conversations and correspondence of their users during six months. Correspondence in social networks and instant messengers will be stored during 30 days. In addition, companies will stop providing services to a subscriber if his/her personal data in the subscriber's agreement do not correspond to the actual data. And beginning from October 1, Internet providers will have to store all traffic of their users for 30 days. Let’s recall that the President signed the “Yarovaya law” two years ago.

      To consult on “Yarovaya law” contact our attorneys.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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