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Russia passes law requiring online personal data to be stored inside its borders

05
Jul
2014

A new law passed by Russian parliament today requires that internet companies store the personal data of Russian users inside the countrys borders, a move that could make it easier for government officials to keep tabs on citizens. Members of parliament have defended the bill as a measure to protect internet users in the country whose details are often kept in the United States or elsewhere, and a never-ending cascade of revelations over US spying and Russias own protection of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden have likely made the bill easier to pass. The new law requires that companies doing business in Russia open data centers inside the country by 2016 or face being blocked;

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