Russia should discuss, formulate and adopt a law on the digital identity of citizens, a law on the right to privacy of personal information, as well as a law on the circulation of user data, says Natalya Kasperskaya, president of InfoWatch group of companies.
In an interview with Izvestia, she said that these laws should operate throughout the country.
– There should be a big “digital code”. This difficult work is yet to come. If we do not stop the collection of personal data by just anyone, digital Fukushima awaits us, ”the expert noted. – Our state must protect privacy and curb the appetites of those who are trying to shove us into an electronic concentration camp.
Natalya Kasperskaya believes that the overwhelming part of the collection and use of personal data is now taking place in a gray area that is not covered by law or the attention of law enforcement officers. This leads to abuse and misuse of information, to the risks of discrimination against citizens on various grounds.
Read more in an exclusive interview with Izvestia:
“Digital” Fukushima “awaits us