DIT Moscow when checking the pass receives permission to send advertising for the next 10 years

One of the things that users never do is read through to the end of the license agreement. In the meantime, it’s worth reading them, even if, in the context of a particular service, their content would seem obvious.

Such “obvious” services include, for example, a digital pass check service. https://i.moscow/covid. Previously, he allowed only an organization to be verified by TIN, but recently DIT of Moscow began massively canceling passes to citizens for allegedly providing incorrect information about the place of work – and sending them to confirm the place of work to the specified service.

When you click on “If you have blocked a digital pass, click on the link”, the service asks you to enter the passport number first, and then the company TIN, followed by an unremarkable checkmark:

The vast majority of people will put it down without reading the accompanying document – and highly in vain.

In short, all citizens who get to this service subscribe to the transfer of absolutely all the data that the service is able to collect about them from the IP address to the passport number and the name of the employer to any third parties for almost any purpose, including sending advertising for a period of 10 years.

The link opens Pdf file (copy just in case), saying – our selection:

I hereby confirm my consent to the implementation by the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the city of Moscow, the Department of Information Technologies of the city of Moscow (OGRN 1107746943347, address 123112, Moscow, 1-Krasnogvardeisky proezd, d. 21, p. 1), by the state state institution of Moscow ” Information City ”(OGRN 5147746224324, address 123112, Moscow, 1-Krasnogvardeisky proezd, 21, bld. 1), the Moscow Innovation Cluster Foundation (OGRN 1197700007141, address: 125009, Moscow, Voznesensky lane, d .22) (hereinafter referred to as the operator) the processing of the following my personal data:

Full Name; Date of Birth; the address; profession; place of work, organization address, other information on labor activity; position in organization; identity document details, citizenship, education; phone numbers; E-mail address;; technical data that is automatically transmitted by the device, using which information systems and / or the operator’s website are used (including the technical characteristics of the device (device identifier), IP address, cookies, information about the browser, etc.), including the following actions: processing (including collection, systematization, accumulation, storage, clarification (updating, changing), extraction, use, depersonalization, distribution and transfer to third parties, blocking, destruction of personal data),

in order to verify the accuracy of the digital pass data for traveling around the city of Moscow, the communication with me of the operator and (or) third parties, including when I contact the operator; including SMS and e-mail newsletters by means of the phone numbers and (or) email addresses indicated by me in this consent, sending me news materials of the operator and (or) third parties; receiving information (informational and (or) advertising materials) from the operator and (or) third parties via telecommunication networks

I hereby confirm my familiarization with the fact that the operator processing my personal data is entitled, in accordance with part 3 of Article 6 of Federal Law of July 27, 2006 No. 152-ФЗ “On Personal Data” to entrust the processing of my personal data to another person on the basis of an agreement concluded with this person, including the state contract, or by adoption of the relevant act.

This consent has been issued by me for a period of 10 (ten) years. This consent may be revoked by writing in writing a request to stop the processing of my personal data sent to the operator by registered mail with a notification of delivery, or by any other available means to confirm the fact of its receipt. I also confirm that the contact information provided by me during registration in the information system for supporting the operation of the innovation cluster on the territory of the city of Moscow or on the operator’s website coincides with the contact information of the personal data subject to provide information on the processing of personal data, as well as in other cases stipulated by the legislation of the Russian Federation .

Honestly speaking, it’s hard to comment on this seriously – either the structures of the Moscow Government decided to immediately lose the remnants of conscience and make some moneyor, as usual, the text was girl, which brought into it everything that she managed to find in Google, just in case.

Recall that when on March 31 DIT Moscow posted on Google Play the first version of the Social Monitoring application (according to some information, remade from the garbage truck driver’s control application), just in case, during installation, it required permissions for almost everything, which, in principle, the application could reach on a smartphone, and the data was transferred using an unencrypted protocol for processing an Estonian company with servers in Germany .

Nevertheless, there is a significant difference between the checkmarks in the application and the consent formally signed by the user under the current legislation – which, it seems, is not understood by the Moscow Government.

Lawyers have yet to give a legal assessment of what is happening, but we strongly advise – if you, in principle, at least once used the services i.moscow or nedoma.mos.ru, on the first day after the cancellation of the access regime in Moscow (or if you are more do not plan to use passes, tomorrow) get to the nearest post office and send by registered mail a withdrawal of consent to the processing of personal data to the above organizations.

Unless, of course, you want your passport details and your place of work tomorrow with your permission were at the disposal of the credit departments of a couple of banks, which immediately begin to call you with great offers.

Sample letter

Application must be sent registered letter of delivery at the following addresses:

Fursin A.A., Head of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the City of Moscow
125009, Moscow, Romanov Lane, 4 bldg. 2
dpir@mos.ru

Head of the Department of Information Technologies of the City of Moscow E. Lysenko
123112, Moscow, 1-Krasnogvardeisky proezd, 21, building 1
dit@mos.ru

The General Director of the State Public Institution of Moscow “Information City” Dzengan A.N.
123112, Moscow, 1-Krasnogvardeisky proezd, 21, building 1
ig@it.mos.ru

Acting Director General of the Fund “Moscow Innovation Cluster” A. Valetov from Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich
125009, Moscow, Voznesenky per., D. 22
support@i.moscow

We strongly recommend that you also scan or photograph the signed paper letter and send it to the indicated email addresses with a note that the original was sent by registered mail (you can attach the track number).

Also, the scan should also be sent via Reception of the Government of Moscow to the Department of Information Technology and the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development, with the same note.

After receiving your letter, the relevant structures have 30 days to delete your personal data.

P.S. The editors sincerely thank you for your vigilance. Alex petrov.

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