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Employment History

Deputy Governor

Chelyabinsk Oblast


Chair

Federation Council's Commission on the Information Society Development


Affiliations

Federation Council

Representative


Commission on the Development of Information Society

Founder


Russian Parliament , or Federation Council

Member of the Upper Chamber


Russia

Parliament Member


29.Federation Council

Member


Information Society

Head of the Committee


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Russia Threatens To Block Facebook Over Drug Ads | lacotebrasserie.com

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The investigation into Facebook was prompted by a complaint from Ruslan Gattarov, a senator from the ruling party, United Russia, who has recently campaigned against alleged breaches of Russians' rights by major US Internet firms.
This "has shown that there are no untouchable companiesif the law is broken, they must react, and if they don't, they can expect to be blocked," the senator told the ITAR-TASS news agency after Facebook pulled the ads. Gattarov had said earlier this week that he wanted Facebook to face a fine of several million dollars. The ads had apparently appeared on the site for some time, but authorities only acted after Gattarov formally complained, independent channel TV Rain reported. Gattarov on Thursday called for Facebook to open an office in Russia. The absence of permanent premises for the company in the country has long been a gripe for the Russian government. Gattarov, who heads the presidential council on developing Internet use, has in recent months called for the law enforcement agencies to investigate Apple and Twitter over alleged violations of users' privacy and argued that Gmail violates Russia's constitution. Gattarov has been a particularly vocal critic of the US National Security Agency's (NSA) surveillance programmes, revealed by fugitive Edward Snowden.


Selena Gomez's Concerts In Russia Canceled, Reportedly Due To Anti-gay Laws | lacotebrasserie.com

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The investigation into Facebook was prompted by a complaint from Ruslan Gattarov, a senator from the ruling party, United Russia, who has recently campaigned against alleged breaches of Russians' rights by major US Internet firms.
This "has shown that there are no untouchable companies - if the law is broken, they must react, and if they don't, they can expect to be blocked," the senator told the ITAR-TASS news agency after Facebook pulled the ads. Gattarov had said earlier this week that he wanted Facebook to face a fine of several million dollars. The ads had apparently appeared on the site for some time, but authorities only acted after Gattarov formally complained, independent channel TV Rain reported. Gattarov on Thursday called for Facebook to open an office in Russia. The absence of permanent premises for the company in the country has long been a gripe for the Russian government. Gattarov, who heads the presidential council on developing Internet use, has in recent months called for the law enforcement agencies to investigate Apple and Twitter over alleged violations of users' privacy and argued that Gmail violates Russia's constitution. Gattarov has been a particularly vocal critic of the US National Security Agency's (NSA) surveillance programmes, revealed by fugitive Edward Snowden.


PHDays - Positive Hack Days. PHDays VI: Moving to Direct Confrontation

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Ruslan Gattarov, the member of the Council of the Federation Committee on Science, Education, Culture and Information Policy:


PHDays - Positive Hack Days. Positive Hack Days III is Over

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Ruslan Gattarov, a representative of the Federation Council, noted that the President of Russia pays close attention to the industry - decree of the President No. 31c, which makes information security a state concern issue, was issued in January.


US Internet surveillance could backfire » StraightGoods.ca

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In a July 14 interview with The New York Times, Ruslan Gattarov, a lawmaker in Russia's upper house of parliament, said, "We need to quickly put these huge transnational companies like Google, Microsoft, and Facebook under national control.
Gattarov, who created a Commission on the Development of Information Society in the Russian parliament in the wake of the NSA revelations, has also announced an investigation into whether companies such Facebook, Twitter, and Yahoo violate domestic data-protection laws or should be required to amend user agreements.


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