Features of virtual space and "digital hygiene" for children - youth digital ombudsperson in Artek

Youth digital ombudsperson Dmitry Gulyaev became one of the speakers of the final of the Bolshaya Peremena competition for grades 5-7, which was held at the Artek children camp, Republic of Crimea from 8 to 14 July. The award ceremony took place on 15 July.


The first national big data standard approved in Russia

Rosstandart approved terminological standards that participants of the big data market should follow.


The database with personal information of 774 thousand users of «The Eye of God» Telegram-bot has been leaked into the Web

A database containing personal information of several hundred thousand users of «The Eye of God» Telegram-bot, where it was possible to obtain personal data of the Russian citizens from open databases, was leaked into the Web, according to Security Lab.


20 years of the Coordination Center for TLD .RU/.РФ

The Center for Global IT Cooperation congratulates the Coordination Center for TLD RU/РФ (CCTLD) on its anniversary and wishes the team further success!


ICT plays a role in global economic recovery after coronavirus pandemic

The Center for Global IT-Cooperation has taken part in the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF), which is held from 6 to 15 July.


Disposal of the junk information and entanglement of the "digital footprint" - the rules of digital hygiene from the YDO

On July 7, Youth Digital Ombudsperson Dmitry Gulyaev, together with a member of the team of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation, Alim Khapov, held a workshop on the topic “Digital Hygiene on the Web: Parents and Children” as part of the first family session of the National competition “Bolshaya Peremena” - “Relatives - Loved ones" in the village of Arkhyz, Karachay-Cherkess Republic.


130 countries joined international tax reform in response to the challenges of globalization and digitalization

According to OECD, on July 1, 2021, 130 countries and jurisdictions (representing more than 90 percent of global GDP) joined a new plan to reform international taxation rules to ensure that multinational enterprises pay a fair share of tax wherever they operate. Russia became a part of this plan as well.


Who benefits from the “landing” law?

On 1 July the Civic Chamber hosted a round table “Law on the ‘lading’ of foreign IT companies - everyone wins!”. The participants discussed the consequences of the entry into force of the federal law "On Activities of Foreign Entities on the Internet Information and Telecommunications Network on the Territory of the Russian Federation", which was signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin the same day.