Does Roskomnadzor itself violate 152 Federal Laws of the Russian Federation?

It all started with the fact that the management company sent me a password. My new generated password is 20 characters in clear text. Not the one that she generated for me a year ago for the first entry.

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The initial password for the first entry consisted of 6 characters, 0-9 and aZ.

After almost a year, I drew attention to:

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There I saw a familiar combination of my password generator. Not believing my eyes, I climbed to check in KeePass. There was a password that I changed 02/17/2013 3:19:50:

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I got into Google to read about 152 Federal Laws of the Russian Federation and cases about housing and communal services. As a result, as it turned out, basically people submitted applications that the housing and communal services disclose personal data: name, address, size of apartment, number of residents, etc. In these stories, the court ruled that the housing and utilities sector is not guilty of disclosing the data in the payment sheets and everything is in accordance with the law. But in my case, it's about disclosing a changed password.

In other regions, in order to receive this password, you must independently come to the housing and communal services together with a passport to receive a password. In our region, the password is sent in envelopes.

So, having decided to seek clarification from Roskomnadzor or FSTEC, he unexpectedly googled the following links:
inurl: / personal-data / forms / extract / site: rkn.gov.ru
inurl: pd.rkn.gov.ru/operators-registry/notification/ form /
inurl: rkn.gov.ru/it/forms/fgis/? action =
inurl: rkn.gov.ru/personal-data/forms/p333/? action =
pastebin.com/LA8yJzhq

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As a result, you can access the passport data of citizens directly on the Roskomnadzor website:

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So, now you need to complain to Roskomnadzor to Roskomnadzor?

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