Test: How do you comply with the requirements for the processing of personal data?
The penalty for violating the law on personal data is up to 75 thousand rubles. How to protect yourself from violations in the processing of personal data? Have you met all the requirements of the law?
From July 1, 2017, fines were increased and began to depend on the type of violations. Yes, quite a lot of time has passed, but, as it often happens, especially in Russia, where, like in no other country, the expression “Severity of laws is compensated by the optional enforcement of them.” Is popular, the business is rather inert and therefore, even after almost two years, managed to adapt to the changing regulation rules. So let's quickly go through the main points.
Until 07/01/17, the Prosecutor’s Office executed protocols on violations in the processing of personal data. And the fines were not very large: 1,000 rubles. - for an individual, for an organization - 10,000 rubles. The process of checking and imposing a fine was not quick and troublesome, and, given the small amounts of fines, checks were rather rare.
Now checks are taking place in much larger volumes and the registration process has been reduced since Control over violation of the legislation on personal data is now handled by the Roskomnadzor Office. The head of Roskomnadzor, Alexander Zharov, set his employees the task of checking electronic commerce companies for compliance with the requirements of the Law on Personal Data. Zharov said this on Tuesday, April 16, at a board of the department. "There is a lot of money walking around, and big rights are violated," said the head of Roskomnadzor.
Read more at RBC . Website owners should worry if they are personal data operators.
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