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Sunday, February 18, 2018

“The law Spring” has decided to mitigate and transfer

The government decided to soften the requirements of the “law of Spring” and to postpone its entry into force, reports “Kommersant” with reference to Deputy Minister Dmitry Alhazova the Russian Union of Industrialists and entrepreneurs (RSPP).

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

According to the text of the letter, will force operators to create facilities for storage of user traffic is based on the maximum capacity of their networks, but on the actual traffic volume of the subscribers, constituting a deliberately lower values.

The traffic, according to the letter, you want to keep up to 30 days, while earlier, the experts noted that we are talking about encrypted traffic, representing for trying to follow the callers intelligence a meaningless set of code.

In addition, the implementation of the requirements of the act is to be postponed due to the unavailability of secondary legislation: it is assumed that the date will move from July to October this year.

However, in easing the operators will still be forced to implement “the law of Spring” at his own expense, even though they can afford to use for this already existing, but modified in accordance with missing until the requirements of the state equipment. Previously it was assumed that the government can force companies to purchase power or equipment from specific manufacturers.

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