The terrible Russian regulator of Roskomnadzor is initiating a transition to a more effective way of monitoring compliance with national legislation related to the space of the Internet. From now on, fines will be imposed on violators.
The legislative and executive bodies of Russia are currently actively discussing a draft law providing for the payment of large fines for companies violating the laws of the country in the field of the Internet.
According to the head of Roskomnadzor, the regulator is moving to more effective, efficient and civilized forms of Internet control. Ruble punishment should replace past practices that use global blocking of violators. Thus, Roskomnadzor hopes to ensure the implementation of national regulations.
The head of Roskomnadzor also noted that the development of high technologies, in particular fifth-generation networks, encryption systems requires a global approach to regulation at the international level.
An effective set of tools has already been created in the created system for protecting Russia's national interests, protecting Russian users from the harmful influence of foreign and local sources of information. Punishment using economic leverage will increase the reliability of the defense, the head of Roskomnadzor believes.