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Free WI-FI in Vladivostok has ceased to be anonymous

In Vladivostok, access to free Internet via WI-FI technology has ceased to be anonymous. Most cable network operators have already started working on the new system.

Such a measure was determined in August 2014 by the Decree of the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev.

According to the document, the user must be identified by the telecom operator. As the head of the information and software department of the Vladivostok city administration Yevgeny Vekovshinin noted: “This is a global practice, in many countries of the world it is so accepted. There should be no problems for citizens here. "

At the same time, Vladivostok is constantly increasing the number of places where it is possible to enter the network for free. In accordance with the municipal program for the development of communication and information in the seaside capital, by 2018 the number of points of free access to the Internet through WI-FI should increase to 120.

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