Kyivstar is appealing in court the decision of the Antimonopoly Committee to impose a fine at 54.4 thousand UAH, citing the privacy of its customers. About it reports a press-service of the mobile operator.

November 24, 2017 AMC has decided to fine the Kyivstar 54 thousand UAH for failure to provide information about the subscriber data of customers of Kyivstar, including information about telephone conversations.

The position of the AMC referred to the provision of the law on the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine, which stipulates its right to request any information, including restricted access.

“The Constitution and the telecommunications law, ensure that all citizens, users of mobile communication the confidentiality of their data obtained at the conclusion of the contract on the provision of telecommunication services, including receiving services, their duration, content, routes of transmission. The law recognizes such information secret protected by law, and establishes a special regime and procedure of their distribution. Today, the basis for transfer to other persons of such information is the consent of the subscriber or a court decision”, – reported in Kyivstar.

The company said it will appeal against the decision of the Antimonopoly Committee in court, considering the unjustified prosecution.

Earlier it was reported that the average bill of the subscriber in the month in Kyivstar increased to 50 UAH.




Kyivstar will sue AMCU for customer data 27.11.2017

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