Publications / 25.03.2021

Checking In: Data Protection Compliance in CEE / Comment / CEE Legal Matters

Non-Russian companies conducting business via the Internet and collecting personal data from the territory of Russia, even those not located in Russia, must comply with Russian privacy laws. This means that they must notify the Russian supervisory authority about their intention to process personal data, publish the personal data processing policy, appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO), localize the personal data of Russian citizens, etc.

Alexey Nikitin, a Partner and Head of the Transactions & Corporate Law Practice and Vera Zotova, Ph.D., an Associate in the Intellectual Property and Information Technology Practice at Borenius Russia, shared their point of view with CEE Legal Matters online publication about how economic agents comply with laws on personal data.

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