Moscow authorities will “publicly” delete the residents’ data used in obtaining passes and in the “Social Monitoring” application, the city hall said. This will be done after the completion of court cases regarding the operation of the system.
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The personal data of residents of the capital, which were used to obtain electronic passes, the authorities plan to publicly delete. This was stated by the first deputy head of the apparatus of the mayor and government of Moscow, the head of the department of trade and services Alexei Nemeryuk, reports TASS.
According to him, the authorities will delete the personal data of residents of Moscow after court cases regarding the operation of the access system are closed.
“We will delete the collected data, and we will do it publicly. While court cases are ongoing, we can’t do this: residents filed a lawsuit either against the system of digital passes or fines. As soon as all the procedures are over, we will immediately demonstrate how the data is deleted from the system, ”said Nemeryuk.
In addition to personal information related to the access system, authorities will also delete Muscovites’ personal data from the Social Monitoring application database, he added.
What will be the publicity of data deletion, Nemeryuk did not specify.