The Personal Data of the Citizens Crossing the RA Border Checkpoints are Transferred to Russia. Experts
December 5, 13:00

There are reasonable grounds for assuming that the Russian Federal Security Service has unimpeded access to the personal data of all the citizens crossing the RA border. Daniel Ioannisyan, the Program coordinator of the "Informed citizens of the Union" NGO, said this at the Media Center on December 5. Ashot Melikyan, Chairman of the Committee for Protection of Freedom of Speech, also participated in the press conference, entitled "How secure are the personal data of the citizens crossing the RA border checkpoints?" The speakers spoke about the transfer of the personal data of all the citizens who cross the RA border checkpoints by the National Security Service to the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation.

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