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Russian providers began to require legal entities to provide personal data of employees. In case of refusal, companies are threatened with turning off the Internet, reports the Chief Regional, citing Baza.
According to the Telegram channel, companies began to receive requests from providers to provide personal data of employees who use the work Internet. Such demands were explained by the need to strengthen measures to combat organized crime and terrorism.
An employee of one of the regional providers of the Moscow region confirmed this information. He noted that the relevant clause in the contracts appeared after the adoption of the Yarovaya law, but many companies perceived it as formal and no one controlled the fulfillment of the requirements.
The media write that in connection with the conduct of a special operation in Ukraine, this clause of the contract again became relevant, and providers were obliged to collect data from individuals and enter them into a special program that law enforcement officers will have access to.