Sunday, 6 July 2014

Russian law prevents companies from online data transfer citizens abroad .

Russian law prevents companies from online data transfer citizens abroad .
Russian House of Representatives passed a new bill that required Internet companies to maintain users' personal data, and stored inside Russia only.
The Kremlin says that the new resolution aims to protect the data, while critics say that the decision represents a restriction of social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
It is believed that the Russian government would seek to strengthen access to users' data.
The social networks have been used widely by the protesters, who oppose the return of President Vladimir Putin to rule Russia, since his success in the 2012 election.
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