Russia's Federation Council drafts bills to advance e-economy
MOSCOW, May 14 (RAPSI) – The Federation Council members along with the government have drafted a package of bills to advance the digital economy.
Amendments, as said on the official website of the parliament’s upper house, are proposed to the Personal Data Law and several other legislative acts of the Russian Federation.
The bills are aimed to create conditions for the development of e-economy and touch the use of electronic signature and stipulate introduction of the concept of the electronic digital profile of a citizen, according to a deputy chair of the Federation Council and head of the upper house’s Council for digital economy development Andrey Turchak.
The draft laws also envisage coming of the term “personal data anonymization” into use and provide that data received as a result of this process may be processed freely as this information disallows identification of its owner.