The government has submitted to the Duma a bill on the registration in social networks on the passport
The MP also proposed to close access to the social network to persons under 14 years of age and to prohibit their use in public organizations.
Moscow. April 10. INTERFAX.RU state Duma Deputy from the faction “United Russia” Vitaly Milonov in the Duma introduced a bill to introduce registration in social networks on the passport, and also prohibit use of social media by persons under the age of 14.
“The need to provide passport details to use the social networks will solve the problem of so-called “fake pages”. Now anyone can register under another name and under a false and under the name of someone you know. On this page you can upload photos, write messages, incriminating the person who supposedly owns the page. In fact, no mechanism of responsibility for such actions are not foreseen. In connection with this project and introduce a provision on the mandatory submission of passport data of users of social networks. In addition, the draft provides that the registration of the citizen in the social network is carried out only under their real name and surname”, — stated in the bill, the text of which is posted in the database of the legislative activities of the lower house of the Russian Parliament.
In addition, Milonov has proposed to prohibit the use of social networks for organizing unauthorized rallies and marches.
The MP also notes that “the particularly strong social network of enslaved office workers”. In this regard, the draft proposes to prohibit the use of social networks in public organizations, and in relation to other legal persons the access of workers to social networks to regulate additional conditions of employment contract.
Special attention in the draft law proposes to give “a repost”. In this regard, he recalls “a high-profile case of Eugenia Chudnovets, the kindergarten teacher, which is copied to your page records to another user”.
In the explanatory note, the MP said that the draft law designed to regulate relations in the field of social media. Introduces a conceptual framework, defining the basic terminology. The project defined the legal status of communities in social networks, rights and obligations of the administrators group.