Authorities have asked the operators to “not screw up” rates because of the implementation of the “law of Spring”
20.02.2017 0 Comments
Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich has asked the operators in the implementation of the provisions of the “law of Spring” to prevent a sharp growth of prices for communication services. The official suggested that the cellular providers services limited to 5%. About it writes “Interfax” referring to the party meeting, devoted to the correction of the law.
According to operators, the implementation of “Spring law” in its current version will not allow to keep price growth within the inflation increase can be much higher.
The representative Dvorkovich did not comment on the question of limiting the price increase in terms of the provisions of the “law of Spring”. It only confirmed the fact of the meeting: “a meeting was Held according to the law, discussed the priorities and order of revision of bylaws, as well as possible adjustments of the law in failing to reflect the agreed position in the decision”.
July 7, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a package of relevant documents. Previously, the Council for development of civil society and human rights sent an appeal to the President asking not to sign “anti-terrorist” package of unconstitutionality, inconsistencies and legal uncertainty of some rules.
Then Deputy Minister of Telecom and mass communications of Russia Alexei Volin said that the Ministry of communications may, in 10 times to reduce the amount of information storage in the framework of the “Spring law”.
Following the meeting, it was agreed that the first phase of implementation of the law will be more optimal to store only the traffic of voice calls and SMS, eliminating the storing of data transmission. Further data storage is requested to use the technology of the ring buffer.
“Excessive information includes Internet video, ip-tv, torrents and a number of other heavy storage of information resources”, — said he.
In addition, an agreement was reached and obtained consent from colleagues from law enforcement agencies in the gradual deepening of information storage, “because this information is stored for 12 hours”. “We understand that the transition from 12 hours to 6 months can be carried out gradually,” said Wolin.