Spring accused mobile operators in an attempt to cash in on the run “its the law”
The package of anti-terrorist laws adopted by the state Duma, does not define the exact parameters of information storage, but only gives the government the right to decide this issue for two years. This explanation in an interview with “Russia 24” was made head of the lower house Committee for security and combating corruption Irina Yarovaya. According to her, “there is no reason the cost of communication services no.
“The law does not offer to store the information. The law only gives the right to the government of the Russian Federation within two years to decide, and need something to store or is not necessary, in what amount, in respect of any slice of information,” she said.
“That is, the law does not regulate this issue. The law sets only the powers of the government,” he added. According to her, “there is no reason the cost of communication services no.
“It is clear, categorical and unambiguous. Because the information that the law establishes the requirements by some amount, false,” — said Yarovaya.
She suggested that the company simply to raise tariffs, and I want to find a palatable justification.
“Maybe there’s a desire to raise tariffs, and I want to find a palatable justification. Objectively no reason to rise in price no. Because in the law there is nothing that would lead to the appreciation of anything”, she said.
The state Duma earlier adopted a resonant package of anti-terrorist laws requiring Telecom operators and Internet companies to store information about the facts and content of conversations and correspondence of the users to provide them on request of the security services. On Wednesday, the package was approved by the Federation Council, despite requests from Council for human rights, Ombudsman, cellular operators, Internet companies to reject it.
Mobile operators said that as a result of compliance with the laws of prices for communication services can rise 3-5 times. The company proposed to establish a special Commission for overcoming of the arisen disagreements.