Right now, authorities are using face recognition technology. This directly violates human rights guaranteed by the Constitution of the Russian Federation and international treaties. Face recognition technology allows you to track people without their consent in real time, correlate them with digital profiles, that is, it is illegal to conduct surveillance around the clock. At any time when we attend a peaceful civil protest, gather in a place of religious worship, visit a doctor, or go to university.
We do not just believe in victory, we believe that you and I have no second chance. After losing this battle, we completely fall into total surveillance and digital dictatorship
Personal data is protected by the Constitution, their use without the consent of a citizen is illegal
The accuracy of the technology varies depending on gender, age and race, the error reaches 35%
Additional control over citizens leads to the effect of the "Big Brother"
Photos of innocent citizens are stored in one database with photos of criminals
Why it is important
Access to personal data
They know everything about us, our personal lives and our children. We do not know anything about them.
No one is protected
Bases can go to black markets and to the network. You are not protected from blackmail, fraud, extortion, harassment
To prohibit the massive use of facial recognition systems in public spaces.
To develop bills that prohibit the police and authorities at various levels from using face recognition technology to fully monitor us.
To conduct a broad public campaign to inform citizens about the systems of total surveillance and harassment by the authorities and large corporations.
To introduce a system of control over the collection and storage and processing of data. To develop and introduce sanctions for data leakage from government systems in relation to officials.
Education: Russian State Pedagogical University named after A.I. Herzen, lawyer (2010); University College London, Master of Laws in Human Rights Law (2018).
Legal experience since 2010; lawyer - since 2013
Awarded by the Chamber of Lawyers of St. Petersburg for protection in a high-profile criminal case in 2014.
Main specializations: representing clients in the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation, the European Court of Human Rights and the UN treaty bodies.
Graduated from Moscow State Social University in 2002
Legal experience since 1998
Worked as a judge
Attorney at Law, Moscow since 2015
Main specializations: providing legal assistance to legal entities in administrative cases, cases of administrative offenses, criminal cases in the economic structure of crimes.
Education: Moscow State Open University named after V.S. Chernomyrdin, qualification - lawyer (2000), Moscow Finance and Law Academy, qualification - economist (2008)
Legal experience since 2001
Attorney at the Moscow City Bar since 2003
Main specializations: corporate law, criminal law (economic elements of crimes), contract law, invalidity of transactions, disputes with real estate.
Graduated with honors from the Law Faculty of Nizhny Novgorod State University
Legal experience since 2010
Since 2011, carries out advocacy
Main specializations: Representation of interests of principals in arbitration courts, disputes related to the provision of banking and insurance services, disputes with a foreign element, conducting criminal cases on the economic elements of crimes.
Graduated from the Law Institute of Irkutsk State University (civil law specialization) with honors
Legal experience since 2007
Attorney at the Law Chamber of the city of Moscow since 2016
Main specializations: arbitration practice; a specialist in the field of disputes from a construction contract, bankruptcy of legal entities and citizens, contesting transactions in bankruptcy proceedings; participated in litigation, representing the interests of state and large commercial companies.
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