The tax on the income of foreign IT companies in Russia will bring to the budget from $53 million to $103 million a year, the PwC agency calculated at the request of the Ministry of Digital Development. The Ministry wants to use this money to help domestic companies.
ITU Infosession "Technological priorities of the CIS countries: networks 2030, quantum communication, cybersecurity. Development, testing and standardization" and a meeting of the working group on work with ITU under the RCC Commission for the Coordination of International Cooperation were held at the Bonch-Bruevich Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications (SPBSUT) on August 25-26.
At the same time, the parliamentarian clarified that the relevant amendments have not yet been received by the the State Duma Committee on Information Policy.
On August 22, the conference "Humanitarian and socio-cultural aspects of the development and application of artificial intelligence technologies" was held.
The possibility of integrating the platform with the portal of public services is also being considered, which will make it easier for respondents to provide reporting.
The ministry will not insist on the mandatory replacement of traditional paper passports with plastic cards. Russian citizens will be able to abandon the transition to a digital passport and continue to use the classic paper passports. Previously, the authorities proposed to stop issuing paper passports from 2022.
Center for Global IT-Cooperation and the Faculty of Law of the Higher School of Economics have developed an analytical review of foreign practice in countering the distribution of illegal (destructive) content on the Internet.