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Media: FSB demanded access to correspondence from Russians from Internet services

Media: FSB demanded access to correspondence from Russians from Internet services
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In the summer of 2019, the Federal Security Service sent letters to major Russian Internet services asking them to provide them with access to data and user correspondence. This was reported by the media.

According to "Jellyfish", we are talking about a dozen services included in the register of information distribution operators, including Avito, RuTube, "Habr." The publication refers to the text of the letter of the FSB, which indicates that the special service required to organize round-the-clock remote access of the FSB Center for Operational and Technical Activities to the information system. The agency also requested that technical readiness be provided as soon as possible to provide the information necessary for decoding electronic messages from users.

According to the source The Bell, services that are among the ARI interact with the FSB, some companies have installed the necessary equipment. The publication also reports that in November last year the FSB sent a letter to the registry participants inviting Lubyanka to explain services that have not yet delivered equipment.

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