The experiment will last until July. Users will be able to make transactions in social networks and other online platforms using their account in the State Services for authorization. At the same time, personal data will not be transferred, assured the Ministry of Digital Development
In Russia, on April 1, an experiment was launched to authorize users of online platforms and social networks through a single portal of public services. The corresponding government decree is published on the portal of legal information.
The pilot project will run until July 1, 2021. It involves registration in social networks, on bulletin boards and other online trading resources through the “Gosuslugi” and the implementation of transactions on these sites.
Thus, users registered on the “Gosuslugi” can buy and sell goods online without authorization on third-party resources.
According to the Ministry of Digital Development, the experiment is designed to protect Russians when making transactions on the Internet. “Users of social networks, aggregators of goods and services, and job search sites will be able to choose, if they wish, to register with a separate login-password or use a public services portal account,” RIA Novosti quotes.
The ministry noted that the personal data of users of “Gosuslug” will not be transferred to third-party resources when authorizing them.
In November last year, the Ministry of Digital Transformation proposed expanding the list of operations with vehicles that can be carried out through the State Services. In particular, the department offered to buy, sell, and also lease cars through the portal.