Russian data Localization has made headlines in recent years due to its complicated technical obligations. The grounds on which the government passed the law are still uncertain.
It has erupted significant challenges for the businesses to function under the Russian market as they received strict instructions to have mandatory legal compliance while carrying out their operations and activities.
In this episode of IAA Privacy Downloads with Mediaspace, Irina Anyukhina will filter out technical jargon of the data localization law and guide us towards the essential requirements of the legal framework that will help the Russian market to re-erect their businesses and appropriately function by aligning to the law.
Irina Anyukhina is a Partner at ALRUD Law Firm, heading Labour and Employment Practice, and leading on Advertising, Marketing and Promotion. Irina has a particular focus on the TMT industry. Irina possesses vast experience in advising clients of diverse industries on Advertising and Marketing issues, including interdisciplinary regulatory issues (Advertising Law, Data Protection and Privacy, Intellectual Property). Irina assists international and Russian clients in their liaising with the State authorities, and self-regulated organizations, on issues of advertising, promotion and marketing.