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Friday, January 19, 2018

MPs were told what the secret was talking with the head of the FSB


Several deputies told the Russian media about the content of a closed meeting of the lower house of Parliament, head of the FSB Alexander Bortnikov: recall that to ensure the secrecy of the parliamentarians were forbidden to bring into the hall the phone is turned off wi-fi.


photo: kremlin.ru

According to deputies, Bortnikov emphasized the necessity of creation of the Russian messengers and “hardware”: we will remind that today the head of Roskomnadzor Alexander Zharov made a demand to the Creator of Telegram, Pavel Durov to provide about the product the necessary information that will allow security services to monitor communications of users.

Otherwise Zharov threatened to lock Telegram in Russia.

We will add that today the head of the state Duma Committee on information policy, Leonid Levin, said that the openness Telegram for special services will serve the interests of its users.

In addition, at the meeting Bortnikov reported the number of cyber threats, Recalling the virus-the extortioner and asked the deputies to adopt the bill on the registration of the messengers on the passport and introduction in them of censorship.

However, the head of the Duma Committee on security and combating corruption Vasily Piskarev told RBC that “should not be affected the rights and interests of law-abiding citizens and a violation of the constitutional principles of protection of private life”.

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