The Russian State Duma announced amendments to the Federal Law on Personal Data were adopted Dec. 23, 2020 and take effect March 1. The amendments include provisions for explicit user consent for data processing and the addition of a right to deletion. Additionally, Duma laid out all the country's privacy laws and where they apply. There are two federal laws pertaining to the protection of personal data rights while the Administrative Code and the Criminal Code also carry privacy provisions.
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