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Public channels with an audience of more than 1,000 people a day will have to transfer their data to Roskomnadzor – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: July 17, 2024 Time: 15:45:44

The department reminded that, according to Part 2 of Art. 10 of Law No. 149-FZ, information disseminated without the use of media must contain reliable information about its owner or distributor in a form and volume sufficient to identify him. This requirement applies to personal pages of social media users, but in most cases it is not fulfilled.

“The bill proposes to specify this requirement and extend it not to all social media users, but only to those whose daily audience exceeds 1,000 people. According to the initiative, such users must provide Roskomnadzor with their full name and contact information. “To send legally significant information, this is not a registration with the department, but a notification to the regulator that the account owner is disseminating information,” Roskomnadzor said.

They added that the initiative would prohibit Russian companies from distributing their advertising on public pages whose users have not reported it to Roskomnadzor.

RG clarified the regulator’s attitude to the popular practice of introducing bots into Telegram channels during the competition. It is believed that this could discredit the channel and reduce its value among the audience and potential advertisers.

“Each user of a social network has the opportunity to close his page to external users, leaving it accessible only to people close to him. If the page is open and the number of visitors per day exceeds 1,000 people, then the person must notify Roskomnadzor about the situation. In order to disseminate information, provide your full name and contact information,” the Service said.

They recalled that anonymity on the Internet leads to irresponsibility: attackers feel unpunished. For example, they register fake accounts on instant messengers and social networks using SIM cards without an identified owner. They create communities in which they spread fake news, information calling for violence, involving children in the commission of illegal acts and other prohibited information.

“Today, online platforms often serve as a means of communication for Russians. The anonymity of content distributors is dangerous: messages with extremist content can have the effect of a “bomb explosion”. False information can harm not only an individual, but also a person’s safety. It is important that information about the user who distributes information on a social network or messenger is known. This person must understand his responsibility for the content of the content. Only in this case can a safe information environment for Russian Internet users be guaranteed,” Roskomnadzor said.

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