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Ukraine: Sbu Urged Ukrainians To Get Out Of Russian Social Networks
tech.obozrevatel.com ^ | July 26, 2014, 16:39

Posted on 07/26/2014 8:01:09 PM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com

On August 1, the Russian Federation comes into force a new anti-terrorism law, which is fully entitled to receive the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation almost all the personal data of users of Internet resources registered in the Russian Federation.

Thus the FSB at the legislative level has full right to interfere in the personal lives of not only Russian citizens, but also foreigners, according to "The Press of Ukraine".

Data for all logins and e-mail addresses of its users, their lists of contacts, information on the quantity, volume and recipients of messages transmitted owners mail servers, blog hosting, forums and social networks will be required to provide the first request of the representatives of the Russian state structures.

In the Ukrainian Security Service warned that given the continuing aggression of Russia on the territory of Ukraine, the new powers provide an opportunity to receive the FSB available in the web environment information about Ukrainian events and continue to use it to the detriment of national security. Read: Russian FSB wants to get access to all login and password in the network

SBU warn all citizens who are concerned about the security of personal information and to refrain from the use of Internet resources in the Russian domain zone in the first place it concerns social networks and mailboxes.


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