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Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web
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Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web

Russia's Duma has given its initial approval for a draft law that would create a domestic internet. The stated intent is to protect Russia from external threats. But critics worry that it would facilitate censorship.

Authorities regularly present Russia, which faces international sanctions and hacking accusations, as a country under siege. Now Russia is looking into pulling up its virtual drawbridges. The national parliament has just passed the first reading of a law to create an independent infrastructure for Russia's internet. The initiative will have to pass two more readings.

The idea of creating a wholly Russian internet is backed by various ministries in charge of security and information. In Tuesday's debate in the Duma, however, some lawmakers expressed concern about the potential expense of the project. Critics have also argued that it would worsen internet service in Russia.

The law's text does not make it clear how unplugging Russia from the global internet would work in practice. The plan could mean that Russian telecom firms would have to provide internet exchange points that can be controlled by the national telecom watchdog, Roskomnadzor. That way the communications regulator could block content and keep traffic between Russian users inside the country, where it cannot be intercepted by international actors.

https://www.dw.com/en/kremlin-aims-to-un...a-47479169

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RE: Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web
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RE: Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web
44575  Wrote: (02-13-2019 03:44 AM)
Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web

Russia's Duma has given its initial approval for a draft law that would create a domestic internet. The stated intent is to protect Russia from external threats. But critics worry that it would facilitate censorship.

Authorities regularly present Russia, which faces international sanctions and hacking accusations, as a country under siege. Now Russia is looking into pulling up its virtual drawbridges. The national parliament has just passed the first reading of a law to create an independent infrastructure for Russia's internet. The initiative will have to pass two more readings.

The idea of creating a wholly Russian internet is backed by various ministries in charge of security and information. In Tuesday's debate in the Duma, however, some lawmakers expressed concern about the potential expense of the project. Critics have also argued that it would worsen internet service in Russia.

The law's text does not make it clear how unplugging Russia from the global internet would work in practice. The plan could mean that Russian telecom firms would have to provide internet exchange points that can be controlled by the national telecom watchdog, Roskomnadzor. That way the communications regulator could block content and keep traffic between Russian users inside the country, where it cannot be intercepted by international actors.

https://www.dw.com/en/kremlin-aims-to-un...a-47479169

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RE: Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web
RiskyRob  Wrote: (02-13-2019 04:22 AM)
44575  Wrote: (02-13-2019 03:44 AM)
Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web

Russia's Duma has given its initial approval for a draft law that would create a domestic internet. The stated intent is to protect Russia from external threats. But critics worry that it would facilitate censorship.

Authorities regularly present Russia, which faces international sanctions and hacking accusations, as a country under siege. Now Russia is looking into pulling up its virtual drawbridges. The national parliament has just passed the first reading of a law to create an independent infrastructure for Russia's internet. The initiative will have to pass two more readings.

The idea of creating a wholly Russian internet is backed by various ministries in charge of security and information. In Tuesday's debate in the Duma, however, some lawmakers expressed concern about the potential expense of the project. Critics have also argued that it would worsen internet service in Russia.

The law's text does not make it clear how unplugging Russia from the global internet would work in practice. The plan could mean that Russian telecom firms would have to provide internet exchange points that can be controlled by the national telecom watchdog, Roskomnadzor. That way the communications regulator could block content and keep traffic between Russian users inside the country, where it cannot be intercepted by international actors.

https://www.dw.com/en/kremlin-aims-to-un...a-47479169

That's a really funny signature solar system chart!

glad you like it - found it by Disturbed but dont know the artist ...

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RE: Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web
RiskyRob  Wrote: (02-13-2019 04:22 AM)
44575  Wrote: (02-13-2019 03:44 AM)
Kremlin aims to unplug Russian internet from World Wide Web

Russia's Duma has given its initial approval for a draft law that would create a domestic internet. The stated intent is to protect Russia from external threats. But critics worry that it would facilitate censorship.

Authorities regularly present Russia, which faces international sanctions and hacking accusations, as a country under siege. Now Russia is looking into pulling up its virtual drawbridges. The national parliament has just passed the first reading of a law to create an independent infrastructure for Russia's internet. The initiative will have to pass two more readings.

The idea of creating a wholly Russian internet is backed by various ministries in charge of security and information. In Tuesday's debate in the Duma, however, some lawmakers expressed concern about the potential expense of the project. Critics have also argued that it would worsen internet service in Russia.

The law's text does not make it clear how unplugging Russia from the global internet would work in practice. The plan could mean that Russian telecom firms would have to provide internet exchange points that can be controlled by the national telecom watchdog, Roskomnadzor. That way the communications regulator could block content and keep traffic between Russian users inside the country, where it cannot be intercepted by international actors.

https://www.dw.com/en/kremlin-aims-to-un...a-47479169

That's a really funny signature solar system chart!

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