Human Rights Watch reports that a law creating a “uniform federal database” would threaten the right to privacy and weaken personal data protections in Russia. The database would contain birth certificates, passport details, gender changes, taxpayers’ information and more of the entire population. It would be run by the Federal Tax Service, and data could be shared with election commissions and law enforcement. The law was adopted by Parliament’s lower chamber May 21.
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