MarketState and law
Anna Savelyeva | 03/18/2021
The requested data will include information about the devices, as well as who called whom and to whom.
According to the draft government decree published on regulation.gov, operators will have to
provide Roskomnadzor with data containing the full names of subscribers, their place of residence, date of birth, details of identity documents, phone number that users use,
the date of the conclusion, amendment or termination of the contract. At the same time, the regulator wants to receive information about the types of calls made by subscribers, the identifiers of the base stations of the caller and
of the called users, and the numbers to which the forwarding is carried out. And finally, facts about the transmission of voice, text and multimedia messages, as well as transmission
data using sensors, sensors, industrial devices, etc.
Roskomnadzor wants to know all the same about corporate clients, including the name of the organization where the person works, legal identifier and location, information about the
equipment, such as an identification module, about their replacement and changing information.
Thus, the regulator wants to “monitor compliance by telecom operators with the obligation to verify the accuracy of information about the subscriber,” in other words, to fight the proliferation of gray
SIM cards. Access to data, according to the project, must be provided within 60 working days from the date of entry into force of the Resolution. Information should be updated once a day. Have
operators who received a license to provide services after the adoption of the project will have only 15 days to provide access.
Despite the statement of the Ministry of Finance that the content of messages and calls will not be provided to Roskomnadzor, market participants and experts believe that the requested data is redundant and relate to
secret communication. At the same time, do not forget that the creation of the next database will most likely lead to leaks, as a result of which subscribers will suffer in the first place.
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