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A conference on legal issues in the digital age has been held at USU
2019-12-05 09:15

On December 4, the scientific conference "Human Rights in the Digital Age" was held at the USU Faculty of Law. The conference was organized at the initiative of Lyudmila Krutilina,  the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Ulyanovsk Region in the framework of the XI Annual campaign  of Legal Education with the support of the regional branch of the Russian Bar Association. The conference was attended by representatives of the Office of Roskomnadzor in the Ulyanovsk Region, POA Sberbank, teachers and students of the USU Faculty of Law.

Ludmila Krutilina addressed the conference with a welcoming speech, who spoke about new aspects to provide  the protection of human rights in connection with the spread of digital technologies. Igor Valeryevich Bagnenko, the  head of the Office of Roskomnadzor in the Ulyanovsk Region and Alyona Kutumova, the  head of the department for protecting the rights of subjects of personal data of the Department of Roskomnadzor in the Ulyanovsk Region made presentations on the features of the organization of state control and supervision in the field of personal data processing. Senior specialist of the security department of the Ulyanovsk branch of Sberbank PJSC Andrei Sirotin spoke about the system for storing and protecting personal data of bank customers. Associate Professor of the Department of Criminal Law Elena Abdrakhmanova drew attention to the issues of qualification of crimes in the field of personal data processing. The presentation by Tatyana Grigoryeva, senior lecturer of the Department of State and Administrative Law, was devoted to international legal aspects of protecting the right to privacy in connection with the use of automated data processing systems.

Second-year students of the Faculty of Law in their reports touched on topical issues related to the use of electronic signatures, the role of executive authorities and the Commissioner for the Rights of Entrepreneurs in protecting the rights of citizens. Students' reports were prepared in the framework of internships under the guidance of associate professor Elena Eremeeva and senior lecturer Regina Zainullova.

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