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MOSCOW, May 17 (Itar-Tass) - A subcommittee for the Internet and e-democracy development has been set up under the State Duma’s information policy committee, said a parliamentarian from the ruling United Russia party, Robert Shlegel, who heads the new subcommittee.
Unfortunately, “nobody can be protected from threats and insults in the Internet, nobody can guarantee safety of our personal data and personal information,” he said.
Therefore the information policy committee of the lower house of parliament developed a concept to regulate the legislation as concerns legal relations in the Internet on the territory of Russia.
This concept proposes a kind of a roadmap for resolving issues related to online publications.
“This is a unique document and its implementation envisages the creation of a conceptual framework, determination of relationship, boundaries of responsibility, tax jurisdiction, rules of e-trade and some other aspects,” Shlegel said.