Belarus, Russia sign memorandum on personal data protection
MINSK. July 18 (Interfax) - The Belarusian National Personal Data Processing Center and the Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor) signed a memorandum of interaction in protecting the rights of personal data subjects.
The sides believe it is necessary to develop strong and lasting foundations for cooperation in this area, the center said.
"Practical positive experience in solving vital problems relating to citizens' personal data protection, which affects the entire range of issues associated with data protection, improvement of the two countries' national legislation in these areas and organization of interaction between the regulators and operators will be especially valuable in partnership and interaction between the National Center and the Federal Service," National Personal Data Processing Center Director Andrei Gayev said, signing the memorandum.